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Meet Marcy: Executive Who Supports Girls in Science

Marcy Reed is President, Massachusetts at National Grid, a utility that provides electricity and gas to homes and businesses. She also has a passion for encouraging girls in science and technology. 

Meet Peter: Author, Musician, and Philanthropist

Peter Buffett is a musician, the author of Life is What You Make It: Find Your Own Path to Fulfillment, and a philanthropist who supports empowering girls and women around the world.  We asked him what inspired his book about defining success and why educating girls is so important to him.

Meet a Creative Director

Meet Rebecca Proctor, Creative Director for MacKenzie-Childs, a company that designs and sells colorful, patterned home furnishings. Find out how she combines her business sense and creativity, often in support of a good cause like Girls Inc.

Meet Jessica: The Business of Starting Businesses

The Business of Starting Businesses

Jessica Herrin, CEO of Stella & Dot, launched a company that helps other women start their own home-based businesses.

Meet Jennifer, a Business Consultant

Meet Jennifer, a Business Consultant

Meet Jennifer, a business consultant with expertise in technology. Jennifer spoke to Girls Inc. about her path to her exciting career, her love of teamwork, travel, yoga…and that one time she almost went by the name “Jimmy.”

Meet Michelle: A Fashion Executive

Michelle took a big career risk to help her best friend launch a successful fashion line. 

A White House Meeting

Four Girls Inc. National Scholars met with two staffers from First Lady Michelle Obama's office to present findings of a project in which girls across the country examined the resources available in their communities to encourage physical activity and the things that prevent girls from using these resources.

Watch videos of the girls sharing their experiences at the meeting. Then, check out the findings of this project on an interactive map.

Bria at the Clinton Global Initiative

Bria, a 16-year-old girl from Girls Inc. of New York City, reported live from the 2010 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, where world leaders meet every year to come up with unique solutions to some of our world's most challenging problems. This year, Girls Inc. was featured for our commitment to give girls the education, training, and opportunities to pursue fields in math, science, technology and engineering. Check out Bria's report from the three-day-long event.

Cooking Caitlin Style

View more images of Caitlin cooking.

Working in a restaurant, writing for a magazine, being on television, traveling the world…ever wish your career could include any or all of these experiences? Chefs are lucky to have a diverse range of opportunities. Meet Caitlin, she’s training to be a chef!