Empowering the Next Generation of Black Girls

Four great leaders explain how they lift up and teach Madison girls and teens how to embrace their strengths, become great leaders and more.

Lilada Gee on Helping Black Girls Channel the Power of Storytelling

Lilada Gee’s podcast puts Black girls and women in the spotlight and the driver’s seat, helping them tell their stories on their own terms.

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Corinda Rainey-Moore on Encouraging Youth Leaders

Corinda Rainey-Moore wants Black girls to see themselves as the leaders they are, which was her catalyst for founding Queen Leadership Academy.

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Christina Outlay on Steminism in Action

As Dr. Christina Outlay takes the helm at Maydm, her top priority is educating girls that STEM skills translate to real-world employment opportunities.

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Ali Muldrow on Next-Gen Leaders

Madison school board president and GSAFE co-director Ali Muldrow understands that the key to a better, more just society is through our youth.

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