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Young Professional Honoree Brettney Duck – Strong Awards 2017

Posted by Laura Pollanen Aug, 8, 2017
Continuing with our weekly highlight of the honorees of this year’s Strong Awards in Pittsburgh, we congratulate Brettney Duck from the Young Professional category! Brettney Duck is the Founder and Executive Director of G.O. Girls, a nonprofit organization that addresses the critical need for supportive services for young women transitioning from foster care to adulthood....

Strong Awards 2017 – Congratulations to Dr. Ria David!

Posted by Kelsey Waros Aug, 8, 2017 , , ,
Strong Women Strong Girls Pittsburgh’s biggest fundraiser of the year is coming up! Each year, the Strong Awards ceremony and breakfast honors three women and one young girl for their achievements in empowering women and girls in the Pittsburgh region. Attended by over 200 community and industry leaders, Strong Awards helps Strong Women Strong Girls...

Four Inspiring African-American Women Honored at University of Pittsburgh

Posted by Laura Pollanen Jul, 7, 2017
At Strong Women, Strong Girls, we always strive to celebrate the accomplishments of women. Last week, five University of Pittsburgh alumni were honored with the Distinguished Alumnus Award from the African American Alumni Council. Four of the five recipients are women: Elayne Arrington, Martha Richards Conley, Dame Vivian Hewitt, and Cecile Springer. Through their service...

Boston – A Mentor’s Take

Posted by Boston Team Jul, 7, 2017
  A Mentor's Take: Two Boston Mentors Share Their Stories SWSG Boston intern Zurich Deleon writes about her conversation with two of our mentor alumni. [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="300"] When asked if their experiences with SWSG played a role in a their personal lives, Jahnavi responded,” There are so many moments where I’m making a...

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Our community mentoring approach has more than ten years of proven, empirical results. Our method works. And every year we benchmark our progress with empirical data.

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