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Our Why

We want girls to be confident with who they are and foster wellness in their lives - connecting their heart and mind to be their true authentic self. We help girls honor their strengths, values while embracing self-care.

In addition, we foster positive relationships with other girls and women coaches as role models and mentors. 

We encourage connection - with self, other, and group to build a sense of community.


What We Do

Explore the "art of communication" to develop tomorrow's leaders.

We encourage the power of a "can-do" mindset. It's a place where girls explore finding their voice through:

  •  body language awareness

  • emotional IQ (EQ)

  • speaking skills

  • communication skills

  • writing

  • presenting

Girls express their ideas, interests and passions while building positive peer relations. These skills can help them grow into the leaders of tomorrow. 

Girls will build communication skills through self-expression.


How We Do It

We build communication skills by using creative and performing art techniques.  Girls explore body language and vocal variety in a safe environment. Activities are personalized, fun and engaging. 

  • Braindance & breathwork

  • storytelling

  • interviewing

  • public speaking

  • creative writing

  • podcasting

  • mindfulness through visual art

 We want to have fun, learn and grow!

Where does our curriculum come from? The curriculum for Girls in the Spotlight programs and Girls Launch is licensed from Escape Velocity, LLC.

Our historic Biz Girls curriculum designed for high school students was the first program delivered in 2015 when we became a 501c3. Originally it was a program under the Rockies Venture Club until the Executive Director, Peter Adams,  decided to spin it out as a non-profit with its own leadership team. Two of the original leaders, Hope Hartman and Denichiro "Denny" Otsuga, Ph.D. remain highly involved with the organization today.