April 19, 2019
Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

Thursday April 25th we celebrate a very special day in the world of SheHeroes and Heroes, it’s Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day! Take your Daughters and Sons to Work Day falls on the Thursday of every April. The reason we celebrate on a Thursday each year is so that “girls and boys […]

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August 25, 2015
SheHeroes ChatCast - Pilot, Jessica Cox

The SheHeroes ChatCast is a weekly conversation with accomplished SheHeroes in entertainment, publishing, film, sports and more! We love chatting with these amazing women about what inspires them to pave the way for our future generation. Jessica Cox is a motivational speaker, the world's first licensed armless pilot, as well as the first armless black-belt […]

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July 13, 2015
5 Things You Should Say to Your Daughter

We’ve read some great posts over the last year of things you should to your daughter instead of simply complimenting her on things related to her looks. Truly it is up to us to make sure our daughters grow up knowing that they are worth more than just what they look like on the outside. […]

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April 28, 2014
Mermaids, Dolphin Trainers and Kindergarten Girls

What Kindergarten Girls in Silicon Valley Aspire to Be (circa 2014) By Steve Ko; cross-posted with permission from Medium.com A few weekends ago, I brought my daughters (ages 4 and 7) to Snip-Its for their haircuts. Snip-Its is a hair salon for kids, and like many other businesses that cater to children, Snip-Its offers birthday […]

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September 9, 2013
“Princess park rangers” and “Space princesses”: Because gender stereotypes are inescapable, even on vacation.

This is a cross post from Rebecca Hains. The school year is starting. Families are returning home from their vacation travels with souvenirs and many fond memories; children are eager to tell their classmates what they did on their summer vacations. But unfortunately, many families’ travels brought them face-to-face with the hyper-gendered marketing that now targets […]

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June 12, 2013
Six Important Habits for Empowering Your Daughter

“Always remember you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars and change the world.”  - Harriet Tubman Today we welcome guest poster Paula Grieco to the SheHeroes blog. Paula is a writer, entrepreneur, and mama to two (three if you count the dog.) She is co-author of […]

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April 3, 2013

There are certain things we can’t teach our SheHeroes. Many things we can only hope she figures out once she is placed in the right set of circumstances. Bravery is one of those things. My 8 year old SheHero (who just turned 8 this week) has always been a little on the introverted side. Until […]

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March 12, 2013
Measuring Your Self Worth

This week we welcome to the blog a author of the new book, The Body Image Survival Guide for Parents, Marci Warhaft-Nadler.  We don’t have to be perfect, to be perfect role models for our kids. In fact, it’s better if we’re not perfect and can teach them how important it is to love and accept […]

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January 30, 2013
8 Ways You Can Be a SheHero

There are many ways one can be a SheHero in the world. But the biggest impact we can have as individuals is on the younger SheHeroes around us every day. Our daughters, nieces, goddaughters, students, neighbors, etc. Recently I've been thinking about what we can do in our everyday lives that can make us SheHeroes […]

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November 29, 2012

We posted the following quote from actress Jada Pinkett Smith on Facebook recently. This was her answer when asked why she had let her daughter shave her head. When Jada Pinkett-Smith was asked why she let her daughter Willow shave her head, this is what she said: 

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