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  • commented 2017-01-19 16:25:40 -0800
    Hi team at I AM THAT GIRL

    How are you?

    I came across your excellent site: http://www.iamthatgirl.com/

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    Please update me with a price and will speak to the client ASAP.

    Thanks so much.


    Linda – Outreach Manager

  • commented 2017-01-11 06:39:37 -0800
    Hii im a follower of your page..however I seen the age this is directed to is 14-22…I’m 34 and found ur page inspirational because although 34yrs old still struggle with much of the same things…maybe you should consider opening up the age on this…after all it’s about wisdom from others young or old…thanks and keep up the awesome work
  • commented 2017-01-10 11:27:09 -0800
  • commented 2016-12-22 19:39:53 -0800
    I am a bit confused about this group. Are there meetings? Outings? Can you tell me more about this other than taking a pledge?
  • commented 2016-12-06 08:24:09 -0800
    I absolutely love your “I Am That Girl” mission and organization. I had the privilege and opportunity to meet one of your team members on a plane flying back from Texas last month. I was very impressed and amazed at what you ladies are doing for other females/women. It is really game changing and making a real difference it seems in others’ lives.
  • commented 2016-11-19 08:18:00 -0800
    Hi, Im Olivia. Im 13 years and I am part of a girls’ empowerment club in my middle school. We are looking for sponsors and/or places to donate to. I’ve also looked into your local chapter program and that seems super cool too! If you think that you may be able to help with any of these please let me know. Thank you for everything you are doing!
  • commented 2016-11-14 09:14:35 -0800
  • commented 2016-11-08 10:56:29 -0800
    Hello! I am a school counselor at a 6A high school in Texas. I believe your program would greatly benefit the female students. How could I sponsor a chapter at my high school?
  • commented 2016-11-08 09:42:58 -0800

    I am a 28-year-old woman in NYC. I want to start volunteering for a charity that helps young teen girls learn how to love and be there for themselves. I read Alexis’ book a couple years ago, and then stumbled upon this website just now while looking for opportunities… Wondering if I can volunteer for you all?

    Much love,

    Jen Brown
  • commented 2016-11-01 20:02:24 -0700
    Will the store be back up? Thanks!
  • commented 2016-10-31 13:38:19 -0700
    I am contacting you about providing a speaker for a convention in April of 2017. I am a District Director for a local region of Soroptimist International of the Americas. Soroptimist Internationl is a global volunteers organization that is focused on improving the lives of women and girls through access to education. in 2014 we launched a new program called Dream It, Be It for girls ages 14-18 to help them expand their dreams for the future , with action plans, tools and interaction with professional role models.

    I attended the USC Women’s Conference last year and heard Alexis Jones present the story of I Am That Girl. I have also read her book and see a lot of common themes between our two organizations. We are interested in having a speaker join us talk about your work. Our convention is a regional gathering of 23 clubs from all over southern California. I would be happy to call and talk with you in further detail about our group and this request.
  • commented 2016-10-31 13:09:20 -0700
    I am not sure who to contact as I’m a school counselor getting ready to launch this year’s 5th grade I AM THAT GIRL group and I was hoping to have someone Skype in to welcome them like you did last year. I’ve sent emails and called the contact numbers I have from last year but am not hearing back so I’m thinking new people have taken those positions. Please let me know who I can contact? Our launch meeting is Monday, November 7th and I’ve been searching for over a month for someone to connect with. My phone is: 425-837-5048 and my email is silversk@issaquah.wednet.edu

    Thank you,

  • commented 2016-10-23 22:46:28 -0700
    Hi I AM THAT GIRL … I think this is an AMAZING organization. I’m currently looking for a charity to connect to a project I’m working on and I’d like it to me yours. In short, I’m collecting videos of females doing pull-ups as a rebuttal to an article published in the NY Times Magazine and on their blog called “Why Women Can’t Do Pull-ups.” The goal is 1,000+ videos, $10,000 in donations (which I’d like to send to you) and some action from the Times in the form of a retraction of that article or another piece that would empower women rather than tear them down.

    I’ve begun setting up a website and Instagram so that I can start collecting the videos. I’m a fitness professional working in NYC and I have a very large network of strong women. I really want to turn this negative article into something positive. Can I include a link to your site on my website? I would like to discuss further and be sure to take all the appropriate steps to collect the donations.

    Please feel free to reach out to schedule a time to speak over the phone or we can correspond via email.




    Jess Botte

  • commented 2016-10-14 10:06:30 -0700
    I am from Bebe Corporate and we are interested in a partnership. We have some product that we are looking to donate and want to align with a charity that might have an event coming up that we can join in on. Please contact us and let me know. Thanks.
  • commented 2016-10-10 12:45:52 -0700
    Hi there!

    This is a random question, but I’d like to see if you wouldn’t mind sharing how you created the take the pledge portion of your website? I’m interested in doing something similar for my audience which is women 25-39. I’d like to ideally know if it was done through a web developer or if it is an application or program that you use.

    Any assistance that you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

    All the best with the great work that you are doing! :-)

    Thank you!

    Ahyiana Angel
  • commented 2016-10-01 06:18:15 -0700
    I’m shayna I want to start a new chapter here in Tampa,Florida!
  • commented 2016-09-21 05:54:12 -0700
    Hello! I know National Girl Day is coming up next month & the company I work for is ALL WOMEN! We were thinking we’d love to host some local Savannah GA young women for lunch or snacks to talk about women lifting each other up and celebrating GIRL POWER! If there is a local chapter here, please pass along our information. Thank you!
  • commented 2016-09-19 14:56:32 -0700
    Hi there,

    I was wondering if the I am that Girl book is on audio? I have purchased the book but i would love to have the book on audio so i could listen to it in the car or listen to it while reading the book at the same time.

    Thank you for reading my message, would love to hear back from you.

    Hope you have a wonderful day.


  • commented 2016-08-22 07:41:28 -0700

    My name is Inez Gazali and I am 25 years old, from Indonesia.

    How if I wanna share my story?


    Kind regards,

  • commented 2016-08-11 13:03:37 -0700
    We’d like I AM THAT GIRL to make a difference in the fight to end breast cancer! The Susan G. Komen 3-Day® is coming to the Dallas/Fort Worth community. Walkers in the Komen 3-Day have trained for months and raised millions of dollars and now they need your support.

    On Friday, November 4th, through Sunday, November 6th, thousands of people will walk 60 miles in a courageous display of commitment in the fight to end breast cancer. Over the past 13 years and 150 events, we’ve raised more than $800 million — which Komen has used to save lives and make huge strides in breast cancer research. For more information about the event, go to The3Day.org.

    We have a few opportunities for groups like yours to show some community spirit, support a great cause and have fun while inspiring members of our 3-Day® community. Information for spectators and the community is at The3Day.org/Spectator. Here’s a look at how you can get involved:

    Private Cheering Station: It’s time to be seen and heard! We’ll assign your group a location on the route to cheer for our walkers. You can make banners, play music, offer candy, give high fives and so much more. The goal is to have fun, be creative and bring a smile to the walkers’ faces. Private cheering stations are available all three days, but are limited to 20 people each. Each private cheering station will be given a window of time (typically 1-3 hours) during which walkers will pass their location.

    Camp Angels: Help a tired 3-Day walker set up a tent or get seconds on dessert! Our Camp Angel program allows groups of young people to provide an extra set of hands – or feet – at the campsite where our walkers stay overnight on Friday and Saturday. Camp Angel shifts typically last 2-3 hours and are best filled by enthusiastic students from local schools, sports teams or scout troops. We’ll even give you a free 3-Day volunteer t-shirt! This opportunity is open to kids ages 10 and up and their adult supervisors.

    We hope that your group is able to support the 2016 Dallas/Fort Worth 3-Day. It’s a wonderful way to be a part of something huge and make this challenging event extra fun for walkers who are taking steps to end breast cancer forever.

    Please let me know if you’re interested in either opportunity to be involved. I’m excited to hear from you! 800-996-3329 ext. 706.

  • commented 2016-08-10 05:30:41 -0700
    Hello ladies, I am a fitness and nutrition coach that wants to incorporate a girl power mentality to my reach of followers and use my voice to help empower young girls and women. I would like info on what I would need to do to start a local chapter her in my hometown. I live in a small community where the girls can get a little clicky so I thought a chapter of I AM THAT GIRL would be something to help bring them together and learn to lift each other up rather than tear each other down. I was wondering what the process is to get started. I am an “older” girl with a 14 year old daughter that I would love to get involved in this with me. I was not sure if there was an age limit for who could start these chapters. Any info you could pass on to me would be super helpful!

    I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully working with you in the near future!

    Thanks so much for your time,

    Erin Fitzpatrick
  • commented 2016-08-04 10:00:33 -0700
    I would like to invite women and girls to my Self-Defense Class for Women at the Troy Community Center. This class will meet on Tuesday nights from 5:30-6:20 PM. https://troymi.gov/PlayHere/Indoor/CommunityCenter 3179 Livernois

    Troy, MI 48083 248.524.3484
  • commented 2016-08-04 09:12:42 -0700
    Hello! I came across your organization through research I’m doing to find an opportunity to become involved in the lives of young girls. At 29 years old, I have spent a lifetime up against a lot of challenges and my goal is to use my experiences and story to help others who may be experiencing the same thing. After looking for ways to get involved on your site, it looks like I’m too old to start my own local chapter. I was wondering if you had any advice for me to become involved with your organization in my community, where a local chapter does not yet exist. Additionally, as a writer who has my own blog and has also contributed pieces to To Write Love on her Arms, I am always looking for opportunities to share my writing. Do you accept any guest blog posts or have any similar opportunities? I love your message and what you have done to make a mark on this world and I would be honored to play a part. I look forward to hearing from you.


    Nell Schreck
  • commented 2016-07-27 10:23:50 -0700
    My name is Amber Olsen, founder of My Kaleidoscope Project, a non-profit organization supporting and guiding middle school girls. Our goal is to give girls a chance to work threw the issues they are facing today, such as confidence, friendship, social media, identifying their emotions, family dynamics, and respect. When girls are able to dig deep into their emotional selves they are able to find their voice and use it in a productive and selfless way. Kaleidoscope is currently holding classes in middle schools and workshops. Please check out my video on my website at mykaleidoscopeproject.org. You can get a better idea of what I am doing and trying to accomplish.

    I love what you are doing!!!! Makes me so happy! I just wanted to introduce myself to you and learn more about what you are doing. I have so many ideas as to how Kaleidoscope could be involved with sponsoring girls and helping your cause. I hope to hear back from you!

    Much love,

    Amber Olsen

    FB and IG @mykaleidoscopeproject
  • commented 2016-07-20 14:11:12 -0700
    Hi there. I received your “I am that girl” card in one of my Fabfitfun Boxes and I just absolutely love it! I am currently the Miss Los Gatos USA 2016 and competed in the Miss California USA pageant this past December. I was wondering if there was a way to get a stack of these cards to spread this message. We will be having the next Miss Los Gatos USA Pageant in August and I would love to put your I AM That Girl in each of the contestants gift bags. I think it is a great cause and would love to share this message. Please let me know if this is something you can do. We have about 50 girls competing. Thanks so much.
  • commented 2016-07-11 06:41:16 -0700
    Good Morning Lovely Ladies,

    My name is Dominique Wilder and I am the author of The Words I Didn’t Listen To, a short self-help book for women of all ages to help navigate through the hurdles of self-love, self-actualization, love and relationships. I was inspired to write the book based on my own story and the stories of my sisters and friends, chasing boys that didn’t want to be chased and losing themselves in the race. We discuss self-knowledge, personal values, understanding your purpose and goals, having and holding one’s standards, and leveling the playing field. I think I AM THAT GIRL and I could be great partners, I would love to join the network and continue supporting, uplifting and empowering other women!

    If you are interested in reading The Words I Didn’t Listen To, it is available on Amazon as a physical copy and Kindle version. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me via email.

    I look forward to hearing from you!


    Dominique Wilder

  • commented 2016-06-23 16:19:23 -0700
    The Women’s Journey Foundation would like to partner with I Am That Girl at our 14th annual Women’s Journey Conference on October 22 at the Long Beach Convention Center. We host a free self-esteem program for girls and would like to invite you to share your organization with the girls who attend our event. Most of them are considered at-risk and many of them come from the foster care system. www.WomensJourneyFoundation.org
  • commented 2016-06-23 12:43:42 -0700
    Dear Friends at I Am That Girl,

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    This is an excellent introduction for girls and boys of any age since it tells the story of women’s long political involvement and leadership in the U.S. The book includes hundreds of photographs of women taking political action. There are also profiles and photographs of 75 significant, multicultural American suffragists.

    There are more details below. If you order 4 or more copies, there is an additional 40% discount that brings the cost to just $30! This is a really good deal and I hope you’ll be able to take advantage of this opportunity, and help us spread the word in any way.

    Thank you very much,

    Kris Hudson

    American Graphic Press


    The publisher has issued an amazing 40% discount on “Winning the Vote: The Triumph of the American Woman Suffrage Movement,” from $85.00 to $49.95.

    This is to encourage increased sales and wider circulation as we approach the suffrage centennials. Learn about what women went through to win the right to vote.

    “Winning the Vote” by Robert P. J. Cooney, Jr., won glowing reviews and was named one of the Five Best Books on the subject by The Wall Street Journal. An elegant clothbound book with dust jacket and gold silk bookmark, it contains 496 oversize pages and over 960 photographs and color illustrations. There is an extensive index and bibliography.

    There is no book like this that shows generations of women taking political action in the great movement for women’s civil rights. The book reproduces leaflets, posters and buttons suffragists produced themselves during their many state and national campaigns. Over 75 suffragists – women and men, white and black, easterners and westerners – are profiled and significant actions are pictured and described in detail.

    2016 is the centennial of the founding of the Woman’s Party by Alice Paul, The Golden Lane demonstration at the Democratic convention in St. Louis, and the death of suffragist Inez Milholland. Many more centennials lie ahead, including New York in 2017.

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  • commented 2016-05-19 13:43:01 -0700

    I am trying to join my local chapter of I am that girl, but the US map, if it is supposed to be interactive, it isn’t working properly. I’d really love to be officially a part of my local chapter and finally found the time to actually sign up, so hopefully it will be working soon.
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