Founded in 2007, Girls Inc. Westchester is seeking to hire a dynamic Executive Director. Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Our comprehensive approach to whole girl development equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. These positive outcomes are achieved through three core elements: people – trained staff and volunteers who build lasting, mentoring relationships; environment – girls-only, physically and emotionally safe, where there is a sisterhood of support, high expectations, and mutual respect; and programming – research-based, hands-on and minds-on, age-appropriate, meeting the needs of today’s girls. Informed by girls and their families, we also advocate for legislation and policies to increase opportunities for all girls and address the systemic barriers that impede girls’ success, particularly girls in low-income communities and girls of color.

Our model is simple but effective. Girls Inc. gives girls the right tools and support to succeed, including trained professionals who mentor and guide them in a safe, girls-only environment – typically in schools or community centers – peers who share their drive and aspirations, and research-based programming. Girls Inc. girls learn to set and achieve goals, boldly confront challenges, resist peer pressure, see college as attainable, and explore nontraditional fields such as science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). In our programs we teach girls how to use their knowledge and strength to promote positive change for themselves and their communities.

Leadership

Girls Inc. Westchester leadership is dedicated to assuring high impact services for increasingly more girls and the expansion of our advocacy efforts. We set bold goals and a clear strategic direction in partnership with national leadership.

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History & Background

Established in 2007, Girls Incorporated of Westchester County inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.

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