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Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference
Attend Virtually or In-Person

Virtual-only, October 21-25, 2020
San Antonio, November 12-15, 2020
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Coming to San Antonio
November 12-15, 2020
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October Virtual & San Antonio

International Speaker, Award-Winning Author & Consultant

San Antonio

Professor of Science Education, Author of For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood

October Virtual

International Speaker, Author, Creator of SistaKeeper

October Virtual

Cyber Safety & Cyberbullying Expert, Founder of IROC2

October Virtual

Educational Leader & Master Motivator

San Antonio

Speaker, Consultant on School Culture & Leadership, Author of Starting a Movement

COVID-19 Protocols

COVID-19 infection rates in Texas are projected by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluations (IHME) to begin declining in September. All recommended CDC protocols will be followed – including digital check-in, social distancing, face coverings and vigilant sanitization.

Learn more about our host hotel’sCOVID-19 protocols here: https://clean.marriott.com


Attend Virtually or In-Person

For the past 14 years, the Girl Bullying Conference has brought focus to the problem of relational aggression among girls. Quite naturally, many of the field-tested interventions presented at this unique gathering encourage friendship, sisterhood and building other types of supportive relationships – hence the added emphasis on female empowerment.

Now in its 14th year, the Girl Bullying & Empowerment Conference will be more accessible – with locations in Atlanta and San Antonio. This unique gathering will help counselors, principals, teachers, social workers and other professionals understand the latest research and field-tested strategies designed to address relational aggression and to build positive, supportive relationships among girls.

Featured Topics Include

  • Keys to Transforming Aggressive Young People
  • How Gender Differences in the Brain Relate to Bullying
  • Proactive Prevention Strategies
  • Empowering Bystanders to Become Interveners
  • Elementary School Girl Bullying Programs
  • Field-Tested Girl Empowerment Programs
  • What Works with Middle Schoolers
  • Using Multimedia & Drama to Prevent Bullying
  • Girls with Disabilities Facing Bullying
    Effective Disciplinary Approaches
  • Legal Perspectives on Bullying and Cyberbullying
  • Research-Based Approaches
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What Past Attendees Have to Say…

"This was my first time attending the Conference and I must truly say it was the best Conference I have ever attended. The sessions were very informative, inspiring, and motivating"
High School Principal
Colombus, OH
"I am ready to return to my classroom with a different mindset, being better now than in the past, and focusing on my students future not their present. Moving forward with great expectations and pushing them into their destinies by any means necessary."
Middle School Teacher
Cambridge, MA
"I've been a teacher for 15 years and I learned more from this Conference than I've learned from any other Professional Development I've ever attended. I can't wait to return to school and share with my colleagues!"
Middle School Counselor
Ventura, CA
"Wow! I loved all of the Keynote Speakers - each one was inspiring, thoughtful and reminded me why I got into teaching. I'm so glad I attended and learned strategies to help my most difficult students."
High School Teacher
Baton Rogue, LA
"I loved being able to attend sessions from the full variety of conferences occurring simultaneously."
High School Counselor
Des Moines, IA
"I am already planning to attend next year and plan on bringing more people from my school."
Middle School Vice Principal
Jacksonville, FL
"This is such a great conference. There were so many wonderful sessions that it was difficult to choose which session to attend."
Elementary School Teacher
Savannah, GA
"My attendance at this conference was the best experience I've had in my 27 years as an educator."
High School Teacher
Reston, VA

Who Should Attend?

– School Counselors (PK-12)
– Principals
– Classroom Teachers
– Special Education Personnel
– School Administrators
– Deans
– Psychologists

– Social Workers
– School Resource Officers
– Behaviorists
– Therapists
– Community & Faith-Based Youth Workers
– After-School Program Coordinators
– Other Professionals Working with Young People

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