Program director for Step by Step, a mentoring ministry for at-risk, young single mothers ages 14 to 24. Founder and CEO of Be Bold, a grassroots organization whose mission is to empower girls and help them achieve their goals.
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How do we empower young girls to guard their bodies and spirits and reach their full potential? Discussing the issues are two guests in the vanguard of female empowerment. Tanya Torp is the founder of Be Bold, which helps girls set goals and promotes healthy self-esteem and positive body image. Stephanie Troutman is a feminist scholar and an assistant professor of women's and gender studies and African and African American studies at Berea College.
Social justice, youth empowerment, leadership development, and girl power are what this week's guests are all about. Lexington community activist Tanya Torp is the program director for Step by Step, a mentoring ministry for at-risk, young single mothers ages 14 to 24; Holly Houston is a family court lawyer, community leader, writer, and co-founder of GLOW (Greater Louisville Outstanding Women). Watch Preview
Josh Nadzam, a community activist who is working to create a mobile art classroom for lower-income neighborhoods, and Tanya Torp, director of the Step by Step program for single mothers and founder of the Be Bold program for girls, are the guests.