Young Women's Leadership Project


Leaders Work Well With Others
Jabsiry and Andrea
Working well with each other is a way to be a leader. Like playing games and helping each other out. Also talking is out and spreading love are great ways to work well with each other. 
Leaders Present Themselves Purposefully
Samirah and Leilani
"Cause I'm a champion and you're gonna' hear me roar!"
-Katy Perry
Leaders Speak Their Voices
Katelyn and Alejandra
"Be impeccable in your speech"
-Dr. Wren Stevens
Leaders Make Healthy Choices

Kaitlyn and Mandy

"Health isn't just about what you're eating. It's also about what you're thinking and saying"  


Leaders Recognize Diversity
Parker and Crystal
We think leaders recognize and value anyone and everyone, regardless of ethnicity, skin color, sexuality, ability, and/or religion. Our painting represents equality by showing seven people with different qualities below the world we all share. It is extremely important to embrace our differences  and give respect to everyone.
Leaders Look Ahead
Olivia & Frances

This painting is About how leaders look ahead. For example, when faced with a problem leaders don’t just jump into solve the problem without a plan. Then make a plan first so that everyone knows what they’re doing and so that they don't accidentally make it worse. 
I think that the Painting can describe this by how the unexpected robotic red lion is the “problem” and the two people on the cliff are coming up with a plan before they act.
Leaders Are Strong
Aliyah & Nataevia
"A strong woman looks challenge dead in the eye and gives it a wink"
-Gina Careyi
Leaders Are Creative
Maren & Bailey
This piece shows the creativity of leaders by showing an inspiring female leader in many colors. The words, “ we can all do it,” are implying that all women of all races and religions can be creative leaders. The leader, Rosie the Riveter, was creative in her own way by starting to work, which was very different in that time. That is why this represents the creativity of leaders.
Leaders Are Kind
Josie & Nina
"Tenderness and kindness are not signs of weakness and despair but manifestations of strength and resolution."
-Kahlil Gibran

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