iQ smartparent

Girls & Media

Season 3 | Episode 305 | Length: 26:46

Find out how girls can create media and tell their own story.


Our Guests


Nancy Gruver

Nancy Gruver is founder of the groundbreaking international online community and magazine for girls ages 8-12, New Moon Girls, author of How To Say It® To Girls: Communicating With Your Growing Daughter (Penguin Putnam, 2004) and blogs on girls’ issues, parenting, and media. She is a national leader in using media to develop girls’ full potential.

Rebecca Gaynier

Rebecca Gaynier is the Founder of iTwixie.com, a smart, fun website for tween girls that was selected by Family Fun Magazine as one of the Top 10 Fun Websites. Rebecca worked in New York City for nearly 10 years, at some of the world’s biggest advertising agencies, with some of the world’s most iconic kid brands, like Oreo and LEGO.

Kimberly Bryant

Kimberly Bryant is the Founder and Executive Director of Black Girls CODE, a non-profit organization dedicated to “changing the face of technology” by introducing underrepresented girls to the field of technology and computer science.

Learn more about our guests by downloading the discussion guide.


Resources

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