Leadership

Unleashing the Girl Power

I grew up in a family/community that relegated women and girls for example, when men spoke, women are to remain silent or take the blame for everything whether they are right or wrong. Most...

Kijan nou ka simonte pè ki nan nou.

Kijan nou kapab simonte pè ki nan nou? *premyèman* Si ou vle ale lwen nan lavi ou fok ou kwè nan tèt ou.Chak ou doute de tèt ou,ou ap anpeche ou avanse sou wout siksè ou.Konn valè...

Bravery in the Eye of the Storm

Well today it happened… A day we never want to happen, but continually prepare for throughout the school year. We had a tornado touch down near the school, and as expected, went into our...

Shit Matters !?.

For 20 years, a toilet managed my life. A kidney disorder- diagnosed at the age of two- led to constraints in mobility and concerns of locating a safe, clean public toilet. This failure of...

The Power of Adversity, Grit and Intuition

Have you ever sat wondering, “how did I become this way?” Whether “this way” has a positive or negative emotion attached to it, it’s interesting to try and dig deep to make sense...

An Audience is Watching

The school that I coach for Girls on the Run sits in the inner city of Allentown. As the guidance counselor shared with me the first day, it isn’t in the “sexy” part of the city that...