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NWGC Annual Resource Fair

Join the Northwest Girls Coalition for our 1st Annual Resource Fair!

Tuesday, February 7th    4:00-8:00pm
Lake Washington Girls Middle School
810 18th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

Featuring performances by Rain City Rock Camp

4:20pm: Dr. Shirin Sherkat, Create Happy Kids - Dr. Sherkat is nicknamed, "the child whisperer" by many happy families who value her gift to see each child's perspective as they use her methods to bring harmony to their formerly conflicted families. She teaches parenting workshops and shares keynote presentations to parenting groups that put prevention strategies center stage. The MAGICAL Sentence!! (How to motivate your kids successfully!)

and quick talks by the Unfrazzle Speakers:

5:00pm:  Kathy Slattengren, Priceless Parenting - Kathy works with parents of kids of any age. From toddlers to teens she'll make your parenting life a breeze. How to Turn Anger Into Empathy

5:20pm:  Mary Karges, Moonjar - Mary teaches families how to start the conversations about money. She helps you talk to your kids about saving, spending and Why Teaching Kids About Money Will Make YOU Rich - part 1 and part 2

6:00pm:  Kim Estes, Savvy Parents Safe Kids - Kim works with parents of preschoolers to tweens. Non-scary tips and tools to keep your kids safe from sexual abuse and the big, bad world. Why Stranger Danger is a Myth

6:20pm:  Amy Lang, Birds + Bees + Kids - Amy works with parents of kids age two to twelve. She helps you confidently and effectively talk to them about the birds and the bees.  Why Puberty Doesn't Need to Make You Nervous - part 1 and part 2

7:00pm:  Margit Crane, Gifted With ADD - Margit works with parents of tweens and teens with ADD. She provides simple, effective strategies to keep them focused. How To Raise a Motivation Machine!

7:20pm:  Sara Eizen, Nest - Sara works with moms to help them reclaim their homes. Clutter goes away and calm reins. How to Turn Clutter Into Calm


Adults & kids alike are invited to visit tables hosted by many local girl-serving organizations, including:

Bike Works

Create Happy Kids

Deborah Reber

Dot Girl Products

EdLab Group

Future of Flight

Her Best Self


Metrocenter Y GOLD

Monkey Fist Facilitation


Rain City Rock Camp

Reel Grrls

Salish Sea Expeditions

Seattle Girls School


US Dept of Labor, Women's Bureau


Free Raffle!  Fun Activities!


Resources From Sugar and Spice But Not Always Nice

If you didn't make it to last Thursday evening's talk by Rosetta Lee on Alternative Aggression in Girls, you missed a fantastic presentation chock full of great information for those who work with girls.  Fortunately, she's provided the slides from her presentation (embedded below) along with a slew of other resources including some specifically for parents, teachers, and girls themselves.  Thanks again to those who made it out and especially to Rosetta for her good work in the community and to Seattle Girls' School for supporting that work.


Sugar and Spice But Not Always Nice

Join the Northwest Girls Coalition for a special upcoming Supporting Girls in the Teen Years event...
Sugar and Spice But Not Always Nice: Gender, Bias, and Aggression in Adolescent Girls
A talk with Rosetta Eun Ryong Lee

Odd Girls Out. Queen Bees. Girl Bullying. When did we lose our sweet little girls? Examine the cross-section of socio-emotional development, gender bias, and adolescence in the emergence of the “Mean Girl” phenomenon. What can we do as parents, educators, and supporters to promote healthy relationship among girls?

November 10, 6–8pm
Hosted by Lake Washington Girls Middle School
810 18th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122

Register today!
Free for NWGC members
$7 suggested donation for non-members.
If paying at the door, please bring cash or check payable to NWGC.

Rosetta Eun Ryong Lee is a faculty member at Seattle Girls School, as well as an experienced educator and diversity consultant whose passion and expertise ranges from science and ethics for middle school students, gender equity in STEM education, cross-cultural communication, gender bias, relational aggression, identity development, anti-bullying, brain and learning, and more. Driven toward empowering youth to make a better future for themselves and their communities, and at the same time working with adults to help create inclusive communities that will help empower youth of all races, ethnic origins, genders, abilities, sexual orientations, and other identities.

Organizations Rosetta has worked with include the Junior League, Washington State Association for Multicultural Education, Seattle Public Utilities, and numerous nonprofits and schools. She has served several years on the faculty of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Summer Diversity Institute, as well as its diversity think-tank cadre, Call to Action.

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The mission of the NWGC is to strengthen the girl-serving community by fostering education and collaboration in the Puget Sound region. We do this by building a knowledgeable, connected network of organizations and individuals who support girls.

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