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April 24th, 2014

How a Mentor Changed My Life

Girls Inc.

Dictionary.com defines mentor as a wise and trusted counselor or teacher; an influential senior sponsor or supporter. And, while I agree, I also find it too narrow of a definition to define MY mentor. My mentor is Liz Grenat. She is a teacher, a coach, an encourager, a friend, and an ally. I first met […]

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April 4th, 2014

Introducing Touchstone Honoree Beverly Mukes-Gaither

Girls Inc.

Girls Inc. is pleased to announce Beverly Mukes-Gaither as one of the four women to be honored at our 2014 “Imagination in Action” Touchstone Awards. Dr. Lisa Harris, Harriet Ivey, and Debby Knox will also be honored at the July luncheon, and will be profiled in upcoming posts. Beverly Mukes-Gaither has over 25 years of […]

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April 2nd, 2014

Featured Supporter: 3M Foundation

Girls Inc.

Thanks to the generosity of 3M, more girls will have opportunities to discover their inner scientist or engineer this summer! Girls Inc. is thrilled to have a $5,000 grant from 3Mgives to help deliver Girls Inc. Operation SMART® (Science, Math and Relevant Technology) programs. Operation SMART engages girls in relevant, hands-on experiments in science, technology, […]

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April 2nd, 2014

Featured Volunteer: Michelle Henderson

Girls Inc.

Three years ago, in March of 2011, Michelle Henderson joined our volunteer team. Since then, she has led eleven of our six-week programs! Not only has Michelle demonstrated time and again her enthusiasm for the Girls Inc. mission, but her bubbly personality and positive outlook on life is contagious. She shines while working with the […]

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April 1st, 2014

Featured Supporter: 3M Foundation

Girls Inc.

Thanks to the generosity of 3M, more girls will have opportunities to discover their inner scientist or engineer this summer! Girls Inc. is thrilled to have a $5,000 grant from 3Mgives to help deliver Girls Inc. Operation SMART® (Science, Math and Relevant Technology) programs. Operation SMART engages girls in relevant, hands-on experiments in science, technology, […]

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