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Today’s Progress

SWSG Gets Active!

Posted by Meghan Trombly Nov, 11, 2010 ,
Most of us know that being physically active is an important element to maintaining a healthy life.  Participating in physical activities helps youth build and maintain healthy bones, muscles and joints and reduce risk factors for chronic diseases.  In addition to positively impacting youth’s physical health, physical activity  positively impacts youth’s psychological and emotional health. ...

SWSG Wins National Classy Award!

Posted by Lindsay Hyde Nov, 11, 2010
The National Classy Awards recognized the achievements of charitable organizations from across the nation. Featuring social impact trendsetters including Brian Sirgutz, Editor of Impact & Education at Huffington Post, Amy Smith, Executive Director of the Hands on Network, and Adam Garone, Founder and CEO of Movember, the award was a whose who of world changers....

The Strong Blogging Corps kicks off with voices from three cities

Posted by Kendra Moore Nov, 11, 2010
One of the best parts of our new blog is engaging some of our constituent leaders as members of the Strong Blogging Corps! They'll be regularly updating this blog-lending us their voices and contributing their thoughts, experiences, and remarkable stories. We have 15 amazing women on our team, including college women mentors, program partners, professional...

Founder and President Recognized for Excellence in Hispanic Education

Posted by Strong Women Strong Girls Nov, 11, 2010
Lindsay Hyde, founder of Strong Women Strong Girls, was selected as one of only 16 Miami-Dade County educators, honored for her strong contribution toward the education of Hispanic students in Miami-Dade County at the 13th Annual Cervantes Awards for Hispanic Education at the Hilton Miami Airport Hotel, Wednesday, October 27. Lindsay said, “The opportunity to...

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