What is We Are Girls?

We Are Girls Details

Who- Girls in grades 3rd-8th and the adults that care about them. (That includes parents, guardians, social workers, counselors and anyone else that supports young girls in their lives.)

Theme- ‘Find Your Power’

When- Saturday, April, 29, 2017 from 9am-3pm (Door open at 8am)

Where- Hogg Middle School, 1100 Merrill St. Houston, TX 77009

Cost- Tickets are $20 early bird rate per person until April 1, tickets are $30 per person there after. You can also apply for a scholarship(s) here. If you are interested in a scholarship for more than 10 people please email wearegirls@girlsempowermentnetwork.org.

Featured Conference Speakers- Lizzie Velasquez- Global Motivational Speaker, Anti-Bullying Activist, Social Media Personality & Author; Coach Keisha- Internationally Recognized Speaker, Author, Mentor & Certified Life Coach.

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What Attendees Are Saying

Heard around We Are Girls:
“I love that this day inspires me to do better in school and make better grades.”

“I really loved the pep rally, I feel like it really got everyone pumped and ready. The beginning video made me feel empowered.”

‘I’m not the only one struggling with the future as my daughter moves into her teens.”

“It was a comfortable place to talk about my feelings.”

“I learned how to deal with my anxiety that comes from math class.”

“I enjoyed that the children were able to actively participate in sessions. It was not just about sitting and listening.”

What is We Are Girls?

 What is We Are Girls?

The We Are Girls Conference, produced by Girls Empowerment Network, is a statewide, multi-city event designed especially for girls in grades 3-8 and the adults who care about them. Founded in 2008 the 2016-2017 theme is “Find Your Power.” Featuring skill-building workshops and dynamic presentations, the We Are Girls Conference connects girls to relatable role models and encourages healthy relationships, educational discovery, and creative self-expression.