Saturday, September 22, 2018, 8:30 am - 4 pm
Declare your ambition. Lead like a girl.
Please join IGNITE and GALS Denver for a FREE day-long event on Saturday, September 22nd from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm featuring expert panelists and engaging workshops, designed for high school and college girls with leadership potential and an interest in civic engagement. Political passion a plus!
Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP required.
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Meet our keynote speaker: Azure Antoinette
Azure is in high demand as a poet, corporate and leadership training consultant, speaker and workshop facilitator. She has been commissioned to write for Maria Shriver, The Gap, Johnson & Johnson, Beats By Dr. Dre, Girl Scouts of America, The Documentary Group, California Arts Council, American Cancer Society's benefit Art 4 Life and more. Azure is an official partner of TD Ameritrade seeking to bridge the worlds of finance and art, as well as an official Clean & Clear Ambassador for their “See the Real Me” campaign. Azure served as the closing speaker for the 2013 TEDWomen Conference in San Francisco and has spoken at numerous TEDx events across the country. In 2014, Azure and her work was the focus of a short film produced by The Gap Foundation for their “One Stitch Closer” campaign.
Here are a few more phenomenal women you'll be hearing from:Jazmin Kay, Executive Director of18by.vote
Meet our co-host, Girls Athletic Leadership Schools
GALS Inc. is an organization that defines the "how to" of leadership by creating gender-based schools around the country that teach Embodied Education, defined by learning and living with our minds, our hearts, and our bodies. GALS believes that schools are the primary setting for the development and growth of young people today, and that schools are the place where change-makers are created. GALS is committed to preparing a generation of young women to become well-educated and motivated leaders who will contribute instrumentally to society, locally and globally. GALS students represent all facets of the community from the most privileged to the most challenged — what bonds them is sisterhood.