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Welcome to the SWSG blog!

Posted by Kendra Moore Oct 10, 2010

By now you’ve noticed our new look.  Ok, “new look” is an understatement- our website has undergone a total transformation! The redesign of the Strong Women, Strong Girls’ website aims to engage our constituents in new ways—ways that you told us you wanted to hear from us! These include frequently updated news and events, blog posts, and stories from our amazing Strong Girls.  We hope that you are excited as we are about the potential this site holds for generating momentum around the Strong Women, Strong Girls movement!

We’ve created this blog as part of the new site, in order to engage YOU! We hope that you’ll find it a useful tool to meet our volunteers, share best practices, and understand a little bit more about Strong Women, Strong Girls!

An important part of our new website was the addition of our Strong Blogging Corps. The Strong Blogging Corps is made up of representatives from across Strong Women, Strong Girls. They will be blogging regularly about what’s new at Strong Women, Strong Girls from a diverse range of perspectives.  You’ll hear from college women mentors about their experiences providing after-school programming.  You’ll hear from professional women about their experiences in the Mentor2Mentor program. You’ll hear from local Advisory Council members about the strategic direction for each of our cities. You’ll hear from staff about new innovations we are incorporating into Strong Women, Strong Girls, and about our accomplishments along the way!

As you know, the core of Strong Women, Strong Girls is about building a community. To help us do that, please check back often and share your comments with us! We want this on-line community to be an extension of the powerful and vast Strong Women, Strong Girls community that already exists.

If you’re interested in joining the Strong Blogging Corps, or contributing to our new web community in other ways, please email our website manager, Kendra Moore, at kmoore(at)swsg.org.

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