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Be The Media! Mini-conference inspires SWSG

Posted by Kendra Moore Dec, 12, 2010
If you've ever worked in a nonprofit, you know that one of the things the sector struggles with the most is how to effectively utilize public relations and communications to promote social change.  Yesterday, I was lucky enough to attend a day long conference called the Be the Media! Event, put on by the Progressive...

SWSG offers insights on youth service, civic engagement

Posted by Strong Women Strong Girls Dec, 12, 2010
The New Frontier Awards recognize "young Americans who are changing their communities – and the country – with their commitment to public service" and are hosted by John F. Kennedy Library Foundation.   This year's award recipients were true change makers: Lateefah Simon, Executive Director, Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Hector Balderas, State Auditor, New...

massnonprofit.org blasts SWSG’s Classy Awards win to thousands of readers

Posted by Kendra Moore Dec, 12, 2010
As you may have heard, Strong Women, Strong Girls won the Philanthropic Business of the Year at the Classy Awards in November! On December 1, massnonprofit.org, a website dedicated to news about the nonprofit sector in Massachusetts, sent out a blast to thousands of readers across the state, recognizing Strong Women, Strong Girls' win.

What Millennial Women Want

Posted by Mallika Sahay Nov, 11, 2010
Millennial women are the new breed of women- we twenty-something women are lost without technology at our fingertips and we are constantly seek to break the boundaries which women from previous generations have set for us. We strive to try everything rather than to have everything. Independence has become extremely sought-after for millennial women, but...

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