celebration evite 2017Each year, Girls Inc. of Memphis gathers with friends and family to honor local women. They're women who inspire Mid-South girls  - and all of us, as well - to stand on their own two feet and fight for a positive future – to be strong, smart and bold.

Join us on Wednesday, June 14, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Pipkin Building on Tiger Lane for lunch and to pay tribute to these exceptional women and the girls they inspire.

“We're so proud of these local women who are leading the way in Memphis," said Lisa Moore, President and CEO of Girls Inc. Memphis. “They are exceptional positive role models for girls and women of any age and in any city.”

 

Brooke Jones, a Girls Inc. alumnus and senior engineer in the Product Movement and Engineering department at FedEx Express, will receive the STRONG award, which celebrates women who have exhibited a creative approach in building a lifestyle that focuses on healthy choices and/or have provided the tools and motivation for others to make the changes they need to take charge of their health and wellness.

 

Patricia Howard, former President/CEO of Girls Inc. of Memphis, will receive the SMART award, which celebrates women who have achieved significant academic success in their chosen field and/or have assisted others in reaching their academic goals – women who have achieved their personal, educational and career goals and are economically independent.

 

Becky Wilson - a philanthropist, writer, photographer and founder of the Bridge Builders program - will receive the BOLD award, which celebrates women who have broken barriers and been outspoken in their quest to improve our community – women who personify “take charge” attitudes and exhibit resiliency and perseverance in all they do.

 

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Empowering girls and a new generation of women leaders is the global civil rights issue of our time. It takes a village to unlock a girl’s tomorrow in today’s world. Girls Inc. is one of the critical keys to opening that door for thousands of Memphis girls. I am a proud supported because I believe that it is men who have to step up when it comes to the current plight and future hopes of all the girls within our reach. - Rabbi Micah Greenstein
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