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Point Park U. Mentors Hold Workshop for Pittsburgh Girl Scouts

Posted by Kimmi Baston Apr, 4, 2018
When Point Park University professor Amy Kier suggested that SWSG hold a workshop for her Girl Scout Troop, the college women mentors at Point Park jumped at the chance. Several of them have Amy as a professor in class and were excited to come up with a program for the girls. They held a workshop...

Pittsburgh Mentors attend Adagio Women’s Health Symposium

Posted by Kimmi Baston Apr, 4, 2018
By: Emma Wilson, Erica Lewis, and Elizabeth Greaves On March 22, SWSG Pittsburgh sponsored three college mentors to attend Adagio Health Symposium: Transforming Women's Health. Below is their reflection on the experience: This year, Adagio Health held its first annual Health Symposium, which focused on gaps in women’s healthcare. We (SWSG mentors) were so honored...

Meet Latasha Wilson-Batch, Pittsburgh Woman Who Leads and SWSG Board Member

Posted by Kimmi Baston Apr, 4, 2018
Latasha Wilson-Batch, Executive Director of Best of the Batch Foundation and a Strong Women, Strong Girls Regional Board member, has always had an insatiable passion for serving others, especially children. After an advanced education and years of working with kids in a number of different communities, she now gets to do what she loves every...

Boston Program Manager catches up with Simmons College

Posted by Marikate Taylor Mar, 3, 2018
We're reprinting this post from Simmons College with their permission. Read at City Connects with their permission. Strong Women, Strong Girls Boston is incredibly lucky to have Renata Bule, as its Program Manager. Renata first became involved in SWSG as a mentor through her alma mater, Simmons College. Read on to learn more about Renata's...

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