March 2, 2019
Mashing Up Read Across America Day & Women's History Month

Today the wonderful world of books is being celebrated at schools and in homes all across the country in honor of Read Across America day, which of course coincides with the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The man who’s responsible for helping kids learn to read for the last four decades.

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July 21, 2015
SheHeroes Chatcast: American Ninja Warrior's Meagan Martin

Welcome to another episode of the SheHeroes Chatcast! In this 6-part series of conversations with accomplished SheHeroes in entertainment, publishing, film, sports and more we will chat about what inspires these amazing women to pave the way for the future of girls.  We can’t wait to talk to women from all over who inspire! This week we […]

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July 2, 2015
Reflections on the Equal Rights Amendment

  We here at SheHeroes couldn't be happier regarding the recent Supreme Court Ruling on Marriage Equality. We have said all along that more women on the bench will bring more equality to the masses. And the ruling is long, long overdue. But we still have much more work to ahead of us. The Constitution is […]

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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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August 10, 2012
The 2012 Olympics is Teaching Girls to Dream Bigger

The Olympics this year have been nothing short of inspiring, especially for girls and women across the globe. Despite your feelings on the various events, or sports in general, this year an entire generation of girls were given a new standard to which they can now dream.

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April 4, 2012
Meet SheHero Mo Isom

Today I did something I rarely get the chance to do, I watched the Ellen show. I do love Ellen, but it’s on at awful time of day for me so I almost never get the chance. Today, I turned it on while I was doing some work around the house. I’m so glad I […]

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February 17, 2012
SheHeroes at Sea

It can be hard to find really cool adventuress female characters in books and TV for girls. They are out there, there’s just not a whole lot to choose from. Which is one of the reasons why stumbling upon stories of female adventurers in REAL life is so great. Well if you’re looking for one […]

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February 15, 2012
Boxing in Skirts?

Imagine being a girl with a dream of being a boxer. And you follow that dream until you become a female boxer. But then, you realize that you will never get the chance to box at the Olympics, because you’re a girl. So you decide to fight. And eventually you win. That’s was the feeling […]

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February 1, 2012
Girls, Baseball & National Girls & Women In Sports Day

Did you know today was National Girls & Women In Sports Day? If you’re unfamiliar with National Girls and women in Sports Day, here is the lowdown from their website: “On February 1, 2012, thousands of sports educators, coaches, athletic directors, recreation directors, association members, sponsors, students, and parents across the country will show their […]

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July 26, 2011
Sometimes It's The Little Things

Since I’ve been writing for the SheHeroes blog I can’t help but be even more aware of gender roles and stereotypes than I was before. But not only am I more aware of recognizing these stereotypes I’m much more mindful of pointing them out to my son and daughter when we see them in our […]

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