STRONG and healthy -- Girls Inc. girls are physically active, in charge of their own reproductive health, and have sound body image and relationships.
SMART and educated -- Girls Inc. girls are college-bound, motivated to succeed academically, and confident in STEAM fields.
BOLD and independent -- Girls Inc. girls are economically literate and are assertive, resilient advocates for themselves and others.
As Girls Inc. looks to the next 50 years, the community will continue to play a critical role in our girls’ lives, inspiring future Strong, Smart, & Bold makers and leaders! Join us.
March 28, 2015
11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
The girls of the Best Foot Forward Program will lead Alameda in honoring six women and teens who demonstrate the qualities of Risk, Resiliency, and Reward in their personal and professional lives: Lt. Liz Hunter, USCG; Dr. Tanya Moore; Michele Ellson, editor of The Alamedan; Edylwise Romero; Cecilia Nava; and Gabriella Gustafsson. Learn more about our strong, smart, and bold honorees. For more information on how to become a sponsor of Alameda’s premiere community awards event, download our business sponsor packet and media sponsor packet or contact Kerline Astre at (510) 521-1743 ext. 201.
Every summer promises to be fun-filled with lots of learning and laughing. If you are interested in learning more about our summer camp program, please download our summer camp brochure. To reserve your spot now, you may print and mail our summer camp registration forms. For any questions, please contact Girls Program Director, Natalie Duarte.