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Mentoring program featured on Monster.com during Women’s History Month

Posted by Sarah Kacevich Mar 3, 2015

Liz Torres is a talented, Boston-based journalist who writes for Monster.com and serves as a professional mentor through Strong Women, Strong Girls’ Strong Leaders Program. Climbing up the ladder with the help of her own mentors, she understands first-hand the power of “paying it forward” to girls and young women. She’s been matched in a one-on-one mentoring relationship with Camille, an undergraduate mentor with SWSG’s Harvard University chapter, since last fall. When Women’s History Month in March was approaching, Liz was inspired to use her platform on Monster.com to feature SWSG’s work to empower women and girls through our innovative, multi-generational mentoring model.

“If we’re successful, we’ll set a path for the classroom, the boardroom or whatever destination. We want them to dream bigger,” said Boston Executive Director Siiri Morley in an interview with Liz and Sarah Kacevich, Program Associate and FAO Schwartz Fellow in Boston. To read the full feature, click here.

Mary Lee Dunn (left) and Charlayne Delgado (right) have worked together in a mentoring relationship since 2013. They were recently featured in a story on Monster.com during Women's History Month.

Mary Lee Dunn (left) and Charlayne Delgado (right) have worked together in a mentoring relationship since 2013. They were recently featured in a story on Monster.com during Women’s History Month.

Special thanks to Liz, Mary Lee, and Charlayne!

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