Strong Women, Strong Girls’ Get Active! program continues to garner attention as an innovative initiative to promote health and wellness in children. Last week, the program, including the 10-week fitness video series created by Katina Taylor for SWSG, was the subject of an article from women’s news source Read More
Beginning this month, Meghan Trombly, Strong Women, Strong Girls’ Director of Process Improvement and Knowledge, is blogging monthly about the current research and emerging trends that are informing our work. Check in each month to learn what we’re reading about relationships, role models, or skills.
For Strong Women, Strong Girls, the toxic and abusive relationships…Read More
The SWSG Alumnae group in New York City is hosting an alumnae brunch this Sunday! Come out to see old SWSG friends and meet new ones. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to [email protected] .
Date: Sun, December 4, 2011
100 West Houston Street
New York NY 10012
Katina and friends start off by setting healthy goals for themselves. Then they learn and practice the single ladies dance.
Question: When setting goals around healthy eating, you don’t need to completely cut out foods all together. Your goal should be to keep an eye on four main things. Do…Read More