Alongside Girls, Inc., whose goal is to “inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold.”
The former Secretary of State gave a rousing speech this week.
At Girls Inc., core to our approach in addressing girls' sexual health is the foundational belief in their rights and abilities
It's been said all that young people need the same nine things: Purpose, Meaning, Adventure, Community, Power, Respect, Structure, Challenge, and Opportunity.
January is National Mentoring Month, established to highlight and promote the positive difference mentors make in the lives of young people. Quality mentoring relationships are a critical asset for young people, providing them attention, support, and new possibilities.
Proceeds from the auction will go to Girls Inc of Omaha, Nebraska, the city where Buffett runs Berkshire Hathaway Inc . A
Berkshire owns more than 80 businesses, including the BNSF railroad, Dairy Queen ice cream and Geico auto insurance. It agreed
Girls Inc. Girls on the Run I was recently asked by a young woman in her early 20's about starting on Botox to prematurely
Even though I'm not normally one for saccharine self-affirmations and cheesy platitudes, I want to use the comments section of this post to flip the script and ask you all to say something positive about yourselves.
More than 4 million people between ages 16 to 24 were either unemployed or had dropped out of school in 2000, according to
When my daughter was twelve, I asked her what she and her girlfriends were going to be for Halloween. She casually mentioned that one of the girls in her class was going to be a prostitute, and one of the boys would be going as her pimp.
By the age of 18 he had officially joined a gang. Buffett is also the only daughter of the billionaire investor Warren Buffett
Warren Buffett's early childhood house sold for a premium price, and it's headed for a charitable use. That's because the
The Girl Up initiative encourages American girls to raise awareness and funds for the 600 million adolescent girls living in developing countries.
Right from the start, Sheila Radziewicz was a miracle baby. The girl born 32 years ago with a genetic disorder -- without