Thursday, April 30, 2020

9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

 Invitation Only

 

 

alisha white madison staci nicole freeman samantha scully
 honorary host committee

The 3rd Annual Girls to Greatness Teen Summit will include a day of interactive workshops with renowned business professionals, Student Projects (The top three Student Projects will be scored by selected notable judges in the room), Lunch, Awards Ceremony and guided tour of UCLA campus life for our Los Angeles School partners middle/high school students.

 

The goal of this Summit is to motivate over 360 EmpowHer Academy middle-school girls by exposing them to the many different career opportunities in various industries.

 

Sponsorship and Mentors are still available For more information how you can support the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit: Unlock Potential. contact | betty@empowher.org (424) 702-5509

 

At the Girls To Greatness Teen Summit during lunch, the PATHMAKER Awards will be presented to two exceptional individuals who have created a path for others in guiding the academic and/or professional growth of girls and women, and who inspire girls to dream and achieve greatness.

 

The PATHMAKER Award recognizes extraordinary individuals whose success in business and commitment to our community are powerful examples to students who face the challenges of under-resourced schools, economically disadvantaged families and violence-prone neighborhoods.

PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
Honorees
COLLETTE V. SMITH BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK OUR 2020 SPONSORS

EmpowHer Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The EmpowHer Institute vision is to empower girls to design a future that prepares them for tomorrows careers. We will reduce the high school dropout rate for marginalized teen girls who are at risk of educational failure due to teen pregnancy, truancy, and juvenile delinquency. Our strategy is to empower them to demonstrate self-worth and character; discover their future through education and mentorship and; become leaders of tomorrow.

EVENT SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

CONTACT

FOR SPONSORSHIP OR TO RSVP

CONTACT

Empowher Institute

AT INFO@EMPOWHER.ORG

(424) 702-5509

samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
Honorees
COLLETTE V. SMITH BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
Honorees
COLLETTE V. SMITH BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison
 EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
Honorees
COLLETTE V. SMITH BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.

I AM

EMPOWERED

board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
Honorees
COLLETTE V. SMITH BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison
 EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
Honorees
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
COLLETTE V. SMITH
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD

I AM

EMPOWERED

samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison
 EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA COLLETTE V. SMITH Honorees
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD DIRECTORS
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA COLLETTE V. SMITH Honorees
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA COLLETTE V. SMITH Honorees
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison
 EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
COLLETTE V. SMITH
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
Honorees
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison
 EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
COLLETTE V. SMITH
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
Honorees
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison
 EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
Honorees
COLLETTE V. SMITH
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
COLLETTE V. SMITH
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
Honorees
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
COLLETTE V. SMITH
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
Honorees
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
COLLETTE V. SMITH
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
Honorees
board of DIRECTORS
DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.
samantha scully staci nicole freeman alisha white madison  EmpowHer Institute will grow its core programs from serving 300 girls to 1,500 through program expansion at existing schools, extending the program to new schools and facilitating partnerships with entities that complement its mission. We invite you to Join the Movement!
 honorary host committee
PATHMAKER AWARDS
ASHLEY MACKEY Pathmaker Awards Host
COLLETTE V. SMITH
BRENDA LORENA GARCIA
Honorees
board of DIRECTORS
ADVISORY BOARD DIRECTORS
 EMPOWHER STUDENT PROJECT COMPETITION Each eighth grade EmpowHer class was challenged to identify an issue within their community and develop a project proposal outlining how technology can be used to address the issue. The challenge was designed to foster innovation and develop 21st Century Skills –critical thinking, communication and collaboration. In completing the challenge, students had to: (1) use creativity and innovation; (2) think critically about the issues facing teen girls; (3) communicate with group members to complete assignments; and (4) work in groups to conduct research and develop a project proposal presentation. Each class presented their project proposal to a panel of judges. Based on judges’ score, the top three classes were selected present their project proposal at the Girls to Greatness Teen Summit.