Young women are instrumental to the success of our future.
The Girl Empowerment Network, an organization that helps empower young girls from third to 12th grade by incorporating self-efficacy lessons into their curriculum, partners with 60+ schools in Texas to amplify learning outcomes in the classroom.
Katie Fang, CEO and founder of SchooLinks, has raised more than $1 million in funding. SchooLinks is a college and career preparatory platform with an engaging curriculum curated to aid in the post-secondary process.
The Young Women’s Alliance donated $5,000 in scholarships to the Girl’s Empowerment Network in 2020. The organization focuses on transforming communities by cultivating confident, supportive and empowering networks for career-oriented women to connect.
The Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders (ARS) is an all-girls public school for grades six through 12. With a 100% college acceptance rate, ARS exhibits a commitment to ensuring their young students are prepared for college and even more so prepared to graduate from college.
Haleema Bharoocha is a well-known Generation Z youth advocate. Bharoocha leads legislative and community advocacy for a #GirlsPolicyAgenda. She has trained over 700 individuals in topics related to gender justice, Islamophobia, diversity and equity.