Welcome to our Annual Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold ROLE Model Awards.
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We are proud of our 2017 Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold Role Model Award WINNERS:
What does it mean to be a Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold Role Model?….
Brilliant – A girl who solves problems, fosters positive relationships, advocates for solutions not drama, she lives for ‘we’ instead of ‘me’. She is a role model of solutions and makes her school or community a better place through her ideas and talents.
Beautiful – A girl with a beautiful heart who often use her time, money, voice or energy in local community involvement, volunteerism or making a difference for others. She is a role model of kindness.
Bold – A girl who shows courage and bravery in her actions, choices or leadership. She is not only pursuing her dreams and goals, but often helps others to do so too. She has the boldness to take risks and has the confidence to win or lose with grace. She is a role model of bravery.
2018 Award Nominations open August 6 and closes September 21st
Click here to read the 2017 Winner Press Release
Kylie Hunts-in-Winter – 9th grade at Arizona Connections Academy
Stephanie Deleon – 12th grade at Buena High School; Sierra Vista
Chloe Hiller – 9th grade at Arcadia High School
Yamile Martinez – 12th grade at Metro Tech High School
The 4 winners for 2017 are pictured above with the Girls Rule CEO and Cofounder Dena Patton (far right) and Tish Times the
2016 Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold Role Model Award WINNERS are:
• Amaiya Brown, 8th grader, Odyssey Institute of Advanced International Studies
|2014 Brilliant, Beautiful and Bold Role Model Award WINNERS:|
|About Girls Rule! Foundation:
Girls Rule Foundation was created in 2008 and is a leader in empowerment, leadership and educational programs for girls ages 12-18. We are an Arizona
based 501c3 nonprofit that helps girls build leadership, self confidence and bright futures through our 3 educational programs.
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