Produced by NCGS, PEP Talks: Podcast on Educational Possibilities features experts in the education and healthy development of girls and young women.
As we lead up to the 2020 NCGS Conference, Stand Up, Speak Up, and the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, PEP Talks is focusing on how to encourage girls to use their voices to engage, empower, and enact change in their communities and beyond. In the first episode of this mini-series, we hear from Anne Moses, the founder and president of IGNITE, a non-partisan organization dedicated to helping young women develop and use their political voice. A graduate of The Nightingale-Bamford School, Anne founded IGNITE to build political ambition when girls and young women are forming their identities and aspirations.
Recent research shows that Generation Z is the first in which women are more likely than their male peers to be engaged in politics.
Anne will be a keynote speaker at the NCGS Educating Girls Symposium in Dallas, Texas, on January 27, 2020.
Related tags: Advancing Girls, Claiming Your Voice, Cultivation of Voice, Developing Voice, Political Voice, Women in Politics, #StandUpSpeakUp, Power of Many Voices, Political Engagement, Civic Engagement, Civil Discourse, Gen Z