Now Accepting Applications for We Are Girls 2016- 2017

Featured Conference Speakers

Do you think you have what is takes to be one of our main speakers at our annual We Are Girls Conference? If the answer is yes then we would love to have you apply for one of our Featured Conference Speaker positions. You will need to be capable of engaging an audience of potentially hundreds of young girls in grades 3-8th and the adults that care about them. You will also need to be available on Saturday, November 5th for the Austin, We Are Girls and another TBD date in Spring, 2017 for our Houston, We Are Girls. Please submit the items below no later then March 18th to If you have a website that includes any of these items then direct us accordingly. 

•               Cover letter

•               Professional resume

•               This years theme is “Envision Your Future”, so please include an essay or proposed presentation description which details how you would inspire girls to take the lead in their own lives. (Maximum 500 words)

•               3 professional references (please include at least 1 who have seen you present to a large group.)

•               Requested compensation package

•               Clips of previous speaking engagements. We need to ensure that you can engage a large audience!


*Please note a contract will be signed by both parties.

*Compensation is available and may be negotiated by either party prior to contract finalization.

*Please note, several volunteer breakout session speaking positions will also be available, as have been in years past. Girls Empowerment Network will be accepting applications for breakout providers starting June 2016.



What is We Are Girls?

The We Are Girls Conference, produced by The Girls Empowerment Network, is a statewide, multi-city event designed especially for girls in grades 3-8 and the adults who care about them. Now in its 8th year, the 2015 theme is “Tell Your Story.” Featuring skill-building workshops and dynamic presentations, the We Are Girls Conference connects girls to relatable role models and encourages healthy relationships, educational discovery, and creative self-expression.