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Women Who Wow Us: Jay Ell Alexander

07/12/2018

If the age-old adage that attitude reflects leadership is true, then it’s no wonder that Black Girls RUN! is thriving! After all, the women-only running organization, dedicated to encouraging and providing resources to new and veteran runners, is led by the dynamic and talented Jay Ell Alexander. As the CEO and Owner of BGR!, she is driven, community-focused and committed to empowering all women (especially African-American women – who experience higher rates of obesity) to live healthier lives.

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Internet Safety with Miss O & Friends

07/06/2018

A safe social haven for girls? Yep. It’s a real thing! In today’s technology-driven world, it’s important for a girl to have a safe space—a place where she can be her authentic self. Miss O and Friends is an online community where girls are free to engage with their peers without fear of cyberbullying, exposure to risky content or having to be anyone other than themselves.

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Meet Superstar SoleMate Olive Cecchi

06/21/2018

Olive Cecchi proves that no age is too young to do big things, work hard to accomplish your goals, make a difference in your community and have a little fun along the way! The 13-year-old rising 8th grader from Las Vegas, Nevada is the second youngest girl to ever complete the Leadville Marathon.

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