Welcome! Please read our profile for more information about I AM THAT GIRL and join us for meaningful conversations at our weekly meetings, community service projects, and campus awareness events! You can also visit our Facebook page and the IATG website listed at the bottom of the page. See you on Wednesdays @ 7pm in the Henley Basement: Media Room! If you want to learn more and get involved, email Monami Mukherjee (email@example.com) and/or Shana Kheradyar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
THAT GIRL resides in all of us; all ages, ethnicities, classes and religions.
THAT GIRL is the best version of each of us. She is compassionate, honest, and contribution-minded. While she is forever a work in progress, she seeks to be confident in her own skin.
Being THAT GIRL is an identity, a responsibility, and an opportunity for us to stand for something bigger than ourselves and to lift each other up. Being THAT GIRL means that we recognize our worth, that we’re perfectly flawed and sublimely beauty-full. Every time we look in the mirror, we are reminded that we are the author of our own lives, that we believe in the power of our dreams, feel gorgeous inside and out and we reinvent ourselves in to whoever we choose to be. While we’re certainly out to change the world, we must first start with ourselves.
I AM THAT GIRL is a nonprofit organization helping women and men discover their innate worth while learning to love themselves and their natural beauty. The goal of I AM THAT GIRL: Chapman is to build a tangible community, inspire conversation, encourage self-confidence, and create healthy media. IATG will build a safe community where we can talk about things that matter, love ourselves and those around us, and create healthy media together. Girls and guys alike deserve to love themselves more often than not. By building community and providing everyone with a safe space to have meaningful and mindful conversations, we enable ourselves to have a higher sense of self worth. We also organize volunteer/service and awareness projects on campus and in the community to spread our message and make a positive impact on those around us.
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I AM THAT GIRL: Local chapter program will put into practice the beliefs that are the foundation of I AM THAT GIRL to Chapman University. It will encourage collaboration instead of competition and contribution instead of consumption. This program will build a support network for our Chapman community, enhances personal and professional development for our students, and gives us the opportunity to make a difference in this world together.