We focus on overturning the gender stereotypes that make girls obsess with body image, keep girls from taking leadership roles, that limit girls’ interests in sciences and math and cause them to feel self-aware when playing sports.
We’ve started a revolution that challenges women to break through gender stereotypes and achieve their dreams.
Melissa wants role models for her daughter that exemplified courage, intelligence, and independence.
The internet is full of many things, and we are pleased to have a platform such as the world wide web to reach out to young girls across the globe and help inspire and empower them.
And even better than that, is that we are not the only ones!
Of the 3,000 research scientists L’Oréal employs around the world in 18 R&D centers, half of them are women.
In the United States, L’Oréal USA has been recognizing and rewarding career contributions of young women researchers in the life and physical/materials sciences for the past six years through its For Women in Science program.
We are working on building a blogroll for our blog that will keep some of these sites handy for you to visit.
Here is a list of some my (Meghan) personal favorites, but it barely scratches the surface of all the amazing organizations out there today. What are some of YOUR favorite sites out there working to empower and inspire girls today?Since day one, Hardy Girls programming, resources and services have been powered by the latest research in girls’ development.Girls Incorporated® is a nonprofit organization that inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.When Melissa couldn’t find what she wanted, Pigtail Pals was born.Pigtail Pals tries to get away from the ubiquitous pink and purple princess-diva-drama queen trend.There are hundreds of websites out there with the same goal and mission as us here at She Heroes.