What is We Are Girls?

GENaustin’s We Are Girls Conference is a statewide annual event that helps girls explore the issues of bullying, body image and being a girl. Skill-building workshops and dynamic presentations are offered on topics including creating healthy relationships, building financial and media literacy, enhancing parent-daughter relationships and increasing positive body image, health, and wellness. Designed especially for girls in grades 5-12 and the adults who care about them, We Are Girls connects individuals with questions to the experts who have the answers.





A huge thank you to the 2013 We Are Girls Sponsors!

Check back soon for information about our 2014 event

The 2013 We Are Girls Conference was held on Saturday, November 9th, and it was an amazing day!

More than 1,600 girls ages 10 – 18 and adults who care about them filled the hallways of Austin High on Saturday for We Are Girls 2013. We loved sharing  this awesome day with all of you! Over half of the girls attending received scholarships for We Are Girls - thank you to all of the generous donors who made that possible! Girls came from all over Texas including Houston, Lubbock, Forth Worth and beyond.


Here’s a look at We Are Girls 2013, by the numbers:
1651 registrants
51% girls, 49% adults (parents, educators, girl advocates)
Girl demographics:
  • 49% Latina/Hispanic
  • 26% Caucasian/White
  • 16% African American/Black
  • 9% Other/mixed race
The majority of girls attending were in 5th/6th grades (55%), followed by 7th-8th (30%) and 9th-12th (15%).