Step Up Womens Network
Rating: 5 stars 3 3 reviews
Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Women
510 S. Hewitt Street Suite 111 Los Angeles CA 90013 USA
Founded in 1998 by Kaye Popofsky Kramer, Step Up Women's Network is a national non-profit membership organization dedicated to strengthening community resources for women and girls. Through teen empowerment programs for underserved girls, women's health education and advocacy, professional mentorship and social networking opportunities, we educate and activate our members to ensure that women and girls have the tools they need to create a better future.Step Up is on the cutting edge of women's social philanthropy. The organization's strength stems from our members' ability to leverage their personal and professional skills and relationships to give back to the community. Our programs are designed to engage women in a way that inspires a life-long commitment to responsible, philanthropic involvement encompassing hands-on volunteer work and leadership opportunities. "Invest, Involve and Inspire" is our motto.
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Step Up Womens' Network is inspiring to TEENS. The women that come there allow the TEEN GIRLS heart to beat with newness. The Women come in with seasoned skills and need fresh ideas to enhance
businesses and or a young agile person with ideas to present the new FUTURE.
The more WOMEN that come to STEP UP the more TEEN GIRLS have ROLE MODELS to ASPIRE to.
Become a MEMBER of STEP UP and LET A TEEN GIRL CREATE THE WINGS TO SOAR TO MAKE THE FUTURE.
I would have a person to Advocate and NETWORK for STEP UP because they can not be everywhere.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
enhance the New York Calendar with more events and ONE DAY WORKSHOPS in AREAS of ORGANIZATION, TAKING THE LEAD, SPEAKING and ADVOCATING.
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