LiveGirl, a New Canaan-based nonprofit organization that offers leadership development and mentoring for girls, will host a leadership summit for middle school girls (in grades 5 through 8) on Election Day, a school holiday on Nov. 5.
— an announcement from Live Girl
The “Dream Big” middle school leadership summit will be held at Grace Farms in New Canaan and will feature keynote speakers, lunch, and team-building.
Our leadership summits bring together middle school girls from across Fairfield County for a variety of empowering learning experiences that encourage girls to explore their potential and believe in themselves.
The keynote speakers are Amy Rochlin, Founder Rochlin Leadership Consulting, and state Rep. Lucy Dathan. Rochlin will lead the girls in a mini-MBA activity to develop their own personal vision boards and Representative Dathan will engage the girls on the importance of advocacy and getting civically engaged.
The summit is free of charge and will bring middle schools girls together from across Fairfield County.
LiveGirl, a New Canaan-based nonprofit organization that builds confident leaders, offers year-round leadership development and mentoring for girls grades 5-12. Learn more at https://golivegirl.org/upcoming-events.
About LiveGirl: Founded in 2014, LiveGirl, Inc. is a Connecticut-based nonprofit organization that builds confident leaders. Our mission is to empower and equip the next generation of brave, inclusive leaders with the skills, community, and connections so that ALL girls may thrive and make a positive impact on the world. For more information, please visit www.goLiveGirl.org or email info@goLiveGirl.org.