At the eGirl Power Youth Leadership Summit, held on “Make a Difference Day”, high school girls participated in several community service projects to help others and the community, and support Gender Equality and Girls' Education.
Guest Speaker Loreen Arbus mentored and advised eGirl Power members, who then spent the afternoon supporting social causes related to Gender Equality.
At community service project stations led by an MI9 Team superhero and eGirl Power Friendship Ambassador, high school girls worked together to support girls' education in developing countries, sick girls in hospitals and female veterans.
eGirl Power Youth Leadership Summit: Guest Speaker Loreen Arbus, eGirl Power Founder Amy Mintz and high school student members of eGirl Power
eGirl Power members showcase their community service projects on Make a Difference Day to support girls' education, hospitalized girls, and female veterans
Guest Speaker Loreen Arbus mentors girls at the eGirl Power Youth Leadership Summit
Loreen Arbus is currently the President of The Loreen Arbus Foundation, The Goldenson-Arbus Foundation and Loreen Arbus Productions, Inc. Through these organizations and in her personal endeavors, Ms. Arbus is a tireless advocate for women and girls; a champion for one of the world’s largest minorities, people with disabilities; and passionate about encouraging equal opportunities in television, film and communications.
A high-profile professional and pioneer in her field, Ms. Arbus is a sought-after speaker at national and international media conferences. The author of six non-fiction books, she has also written countless articles for many national publications, and was twice nominated for an Emmy® Award.
She holds the trailblazing distinction of being the first woman to head programming for a U.S. network, a feat accomplished twice (both at Showtime and Cable Health Network/Lifetime). more
eGirl Power Founder Amy Mintz talks about gender gap statistics at the Youth Leadership Summit
High school girls receive swag bags and Make a Difference Day certificates for their community service to help others and the community
Friendship Ambassador Grace speaks at eGirl Power Youth Leadership about MI9 Team superhero Sphinx and her social cause to support girls' education in developing countries
eGirl Power Founder Amy Mintz, Friendship Ambassador Grace and eGirl Power members share their community service projects. At Sphinx's station, high school girls decorated canvas tote bags and filled them with donated school supplies for disadvantaged girls in developing countries.
Friendship Ambassador Leyi speaks at eGirl Power Youth Leadership about MI9 Team superhero Hoku and her social cause to support female veterans.
eGirl Power Founder Amy Mintz, Friendship Ambassador Leyi and eGirl Power members share their community service projects. At Hoku's station, high school girls wrote and decorates Thank You cards to female veterans.
Friendship Ambassador Lucy speaks at eGirl Power Youth Leadership about MI9 Team superhero Athena and her social cause to support girls in hospitals, and encourage more girls to enter the STEM field.
eGirl Power Founder Amy Mintz, Friendship Ambassador Lucy and eGirl Power members share their community service projects. At Athena's station, high school girls make friendship bracelets and write letters of encouragement to girls in hospitals.
eGirl Power Youth Leadership Summit with Keynote Speaker Loreen Arbus and eGirl Power Founder Amy Mintz
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