Throughout history, women have been tenacious in the struggle for equity in society, at home, and in the executive suite. Wherever injustice existed, you can bet that women were on the case to create change from the ground up, and it may not have happened quietly.
Since March of 1987, we have celebrated and honored the remarkable accomplishments of strong, determined women during Women’s History Month. This month in the Ally, we are turning the spotlight on women in leadership in Mississippi. Each woman featured here adds her light to the sum of all light, showing the way to a better future for all Mississippians. W.E.B. DuBois, civil rights activist, sociologist, and historian, observed that “there is no force more powerful than a woman determined to rise.”
I’ve always loved the month of September. Not only because it’s the month I was born, but also because of the profound changes it brings. From hot, humid days to cooler mornings and nights; the leaves start to lose their lushness, and the afternoon sun dims. Sometimes, change can be hard. Yet sometimes, change can […]
It’s getting closer and closer! Have you reserved your spot? This dynamic, inspiring and sure-to-be transformative conference is aimed at igniting hope and fostering resilience within the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. Designed for leaders, board members, and changemakers passionate about driving positive change and making a lasting impact in their communities. Don’t miss this optimal […]
Growing Up Knowing’s Facilitators are Its Mission-in-Action The real-life heroes of Growing Up Knowing are the facilitators who implement our three signature programs after school, often during the evening and/or weekends. They are experts in their own fields of education, psychology, social work, mental health, and medicine. They take difficult and often uncomfortable topics and […]