Thought PartnershipsGirls For A Change is interested in using what we learn to help others. We reach out to other individuals and groups who are making a difference in the lives of youth across the world to share the knowledge we have gained through years of program evaluation. Also, we work with business leaders, entertainers and others in the community to share the learning and inspire others to action. CEO and Founder Whitney Smith and GFC staff contribute to discourse on social change, girls empowerment, and youth development. For more information about partnering or speaking with Whitney Smith or GFC staff email Lori Fitzmaurice, Chief Operating Officer.
Girls For A Change current thought partners:
Clinton Global Initiative, TED, The Draper Richards Foundation,Thrive Foundation for Youth, Professional Business Women of California, National Women's Studies Association, See Change Evaluation, Consulting Within Reach, Miss Representation and Jennifer Siebel Newsom, pro NHRA motorcycle racer Katie Sullivan, and author Daisy Whitney.