The Girls’ Leadership Network (GLN):
Selected youth representatives from partner agency programs participating in a year-long or multi-year leadership and advocacy training with GHGH. GLN representatives learn to advocate for health resources, inform and decide GHGH’s action-plans for advocacy efforts at the county level, act as representatives for participants in their agency programs and their schools at large and plan GHGH community actions, events and activities.
Members of the HUB bring years of experience and passion from their participating organizations to plan and support the strategic direction of GHGH. The Collaborative HUB is made of key strategic decision makers from each of the collaborating agency programs who are responsible for helping ensure the sustainability of the collaborative and supporting the direction of the programming.
Practitioners’ Learning Network
The Practioners’ Learning Network (PLN) is made up of educator/practitioners of the participating organizations. The PLN members contribute invaluable knowledge and capacity to help build and support the GHGH movement for health empowerment. The PLN educators implement education, training and programming with over 600 youth in the county and collaborate with each other to build capacity and youth development knowledge and principles in their programs.
Chronic Disease Prevention Coordinator III, Girls’ Health in Girls’ Hands, Monterey County Health Department
Eva supports the Girls’ Leadership Network, the Collaborative HUB and the Practitioner’s Learning Network through the assistance with the planning, promotion, production, delivery, evaluation and reporting of diverse GHGH activities throughout Monterey County. Eva also coordinates and facilitates the Girls’ Leadership Network.
Contact Eva at firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Officer, Community Foundation for Monterey County
Lynn is responsible for the Community Impact Grants, focusing on youth development and arts and culture programs. Lynn is also the primary contact for the Girls’ Health in Girls’ Hands initiative from CFMC, working closely with Eva to ensure success.
Contact Lynn at email@example.com