Change the Landscape of Leadership
We work high school girls educating and encouraging them in the pursuit of business and government leadership positions. We seek to have a lasting impact as they make their way through high school and college onto the beginnings of their careers. The purpose of our programs is to help girls understand the power and importance of their voice and how to use it to affect change within their communities.
- Girls are twice as likely as boys to worry that leadership roles will make them seem bossy.
- Between elementary and high school, a girl’s self-esteem drops 3.5 times more than boys.
- Women are more like than men to suffer from imposter syndrome (phenomenon where individuals are plagued with self doubt). Despite all external evidence that they are competent, women still feel like they are a fraud.
- A study showed that replacing a woman’s name with a man’s on a resume can increase her ‘worthiness of hire’ by 60%.
Be a part of changing the landscape of leadership. These programs will help even the playing field and ensure our future generations close the wage, diversity and leadership gaps, have a seat at every table and shatter the glass ceilings in every industry.