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On Thursday, October 6, Columbus School for Girls hosted a panel of Columbus-area professionals for a roundtable discussion on the ways in which we prepare girls and young women to develop the confidence necessary to find their voice and know their power. 

The event was part of a larger, community-wide initiative for October 6 organized by the Columbus Foundation called The Big Table that’s centered on cooperative action in the central Ohio region. 正规网赌软件推荐 joined thousands of people from different backgrounds who participated in countless conversations to discuss how our larger community can create an environment of kindness and connectivity. 

At 正规网赌软件推荐, the conversation centered around working to help girls and young women find the tools they need to have a seat at the table. Participants discussed Ohio’s strengths for girls and young women and what steps our community needs to take to meet their needs. They also discussed how women are supported in their own places of work.                          

Panel members included:   

  • Jerita Beasley, Community Engagement & Outreach Program Specialist with Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland Council, Inc.

  • Mallory Donaldson, Chief Program Officer with The Center for Healthy Families 

  • Eboni Partlow, Director of Volunteers & Child Enrichment with Franklin County Children Services

  • Qiana Stewart with Fostering Hope: A Transformational Wellness & Consulting Group

  • Chanel Jack, Founder of Women’s Leadership Academy

  • Raina Bradford-Jennings, Content Marketing Manager with Ologie

  • Kamilah Twymon, Vice President of Community Based & Education Services with The Buckeye Ranch

  • Eryn Hathaway Executive Director with ICE Mentors

  • Angela Harrington, Union Benefits Trust Director with Ohio Civil Service Employees Association

  • Courtnee Carrigan, Senior Consultant with Raising the Bar Performance Group

  • Nikki Henry, Children’s Program Director with JCC of Greater Columbus

  • Yvonne Cherell, CEO of Ohio Urban Community Action Network

  • Jamilah Pitts, Founder of Jamilah Pits Consulting and She, Imprints