Strong Women, Strong Girls Pittsburgh is highlighted in the Pittsburgh  Post-Gazette for its innovative multi-generational mentoring model.
The article spotlights SWSG Pittsburgh mentor, Faith Collins, who recently worked on planning a field trip for her chapter’s mentees. Ms. Collins, who consults with her SWSG  Leadership Coach as she raises funds for the field trip, “benefits from both sides of the program.”
Working as a mentor to the elementary-school girls in SWSG “has been an opportunity to help dispel female stereotypes that can get in the way of their achievement.” Ms. Collins also comments on her experience in the Strong Leaders program: “It’s good to have a positive role model who isn’t your mom. It’s nice to see how well she’s done and ask her what she’s had to go through and what it’s like to work with her peers.”
SWSG Pittsburgh Executive Director, Amy Parker, who came to SWSG after a long career as a lawyer, reflects on her transition, “I deal with so many things that are so much more important than what I was dealing with in law. … I’m doing things to impact the lives of girls in our community.”
Read the full article to learn more about Strong Women, Strong Girls’ impact in Pittsburgh!