Increasing Program Enrollment by Over 200%: What Educators and Course Creators Can Learn From The CEO of Girls Who Code



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This week’s case study reveals how Girls Who Code increased enrollment in their programs by more than 200% during a global pandemic, a jump from 1600 to 5,000 students enrolled that brought their total students served to over 500,000. We’re joined in this interview by Dr. Tarika Barrett, the CEO of Girls Who Code, an international non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology.

With over two decades of building educational pathways for young people at organizations like the New York City Department of Education and New York University’s Center for Research on Teaching and Learning, along with an impressive list of accolades received for...

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How She Raised $13 Million As A Nonprofit CEO


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If you’re a non-profit leader, today’s guest is one of the foremost thought leaders innovating how we give back and create change through nonprofits.

Blythe Hill is the Founder and CEO of the Dressember Foundation, an anti-human trafficking organization that has raised over $13 million dollars through their annual campaigns. Blythe and Dressember have been featured in Forbes, Cosmopolitan, on the TODAY Show, and she was even named one of InStyle’s 50 Badass Women of 2019.

Keep listening to hear the #1 strategy she used to grow Dressember from its initial winter style challenge to a global movement, how their organization keeps...

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Why This Nonprofit CEO Believes in Mentorship (and How She Got Barbie & Barack Obama’s Support Too)


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I’m so excited to kick-off two back to back episodes on our podcast on the topic of mentorship. For our first conversation, I want to introduce you to today’s special guest, Delores Morton. Delores is the CEO of Step Up, one of my favorite non-profit organizations offering mentorship programs to high school girls to reach their full potential and become the next generation of womxn leaders.

With 20 years as an accomplished nonprofit executive designing and leading creative enterprises, Delores has worked with iconic brands like Americorps, L’Oreal, Disney, and Barbie, to create lasting change through philanthropic partnerships. Not to mention, she has been honored as a Champion for Change by President Obama for her work. No big deal, right?

Whether you’re a non-profit leader or a business owner with an...

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