Girls Inc – A non-profit organization with chapters all across the US and Canada. They provide girls across the U.S. and Canada with life-changing experiences and solutions to the unique challenges girls face.
Ban Bossy – This website has a focus on helping girls build their leadership skills. There are all kinds of great statistics as well as activities for parents, teachers, girls and troop leaders.
Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls – They have a great description! “We emphasize intelligence and imagination over “fitting in.” We celebrate curiosity over gossip. We want you to truly be your weird and wonderful selves!”
- Fan Page – this page is awesome! And I’m not just saying that because I love Amy Poehler. It celebrates how women and girls today are handling life and showing everyone it’s okay to just be you.
- Website – Favorite page on this website is the ABC’s of Smart Girls.
A Mighty Girl – a great resource of books, toys and movies to help parents, teachers and others who are wanting to raise confident, smart and courageous young girls.
- Fan Page – I love following this fan page because not only does she share the books and other products she’s found but the page also shares stories of women and girls who are doing brave acts around the world.
WBENC – Women’s Business Enterprise National Council – largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States.
- WBEA – Is the Texas affiliate here in Houston. It is their mission to increasing business opportunities for women-owned businesses and corporate members through education, programs, and professional networking.
S.C.O.R.E – FABULOUS resource for free small business advice. We offer mentors, how-to resources, templates, training and workshops to help your small business succeed.
Women of Wisdom and Strength – provide free life-skills education and childcare to disadvantaged women and connecting them with resources in the community.
Fort Bend Women’s Center – empowers survivors of domestic or sexual violence and their children to achieve safety, heal and begin a new independent and self-sufficient life, while also striving to prevent violence against women.