We are on a mission of shifting girl culture. Raising the standards for how girls treat themselves, each other, and the world. By building a community for girls AND ALL GENDERS to be seen, be heard, and belong, we are giving them something bigger than themselves to stand for and creating a healthier, more powerful world.
Along with weekly meetings we will be having joint meetings and bonding activities! Joint meetings are where both the Tempe and Downtown campuses come together to have meetings. Bonding activities are usually a group activity outside of meetings where we have time to talk and have fun as a whole chapter!
Our meetings will be every Monday at 7PM on both the Downtown and Tempe campuses so come if you’re free and learn what it means to be THAT GIRL! <3
Downtown: TBD (check our Insta/twitter to see the announcement of the room)
Tempe: LL 105 (ground level)
You can keep up with us on social media for more immediate news (@iamthatgirlasu).
- Your new IATG Family <3
I Am That Girl is a international non-profit organization whose big goal is shifting girl culture. This is done by championing collaboration over competition (shifting the way girls see each other), turning self-doubt into self-love (shifting the way girls see themselves) and giving women a safe place to talk about things that matter. This could be anything between the stresses of school and work balance or the implications of the #MeToo movement. Although it's called I Am That Girl, people of any gender are welcome here. It's a people's movement, not a women's movement.
Usually President, sometimes Director/Chair, etc.
Downtown Chapter Leader
Usually Vice President, sometimes Secretary/Treasurer, etc.
Tempe Chapter Leader
Usually Secretary, sometimes Recruitment chair, etc.
Dr. Pamela Stewart
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