Partnerships and National Coalitions
At the Center, we value collaborating with other organizations across the country in multidisciplinary fields, from direct service organizations to national advocacy groups, to enrich, diversify, and broaden the perspectives brought to the work. Here are some of the organizations
we’re currently working with:
Alliance for Girls
Alliance for Girls mobilizes girls’ champions to address barriers facing girls, create conditions for their success, and advance systemic change to achieve equity.
Art of Yoga Project
The Art of Yoga Project are leaders of treatment & rehabilitation who focus on early intervention to help marginalized and justice-involved girls prepare for a positive future.
At Girls Inc and in partnership with schools, we focus on the development of the whole girl, creating long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment, & research-based programs.
National Black Women’s Justice Institute (NBWJI)
NBWJI works to reduce racial and gender disparities across the justice continuum affecting Black women, girls, and their families.
National Crittenton catalyzes social and systems change for girls and young women impacted by chronic adversity, violence, and injustice.
National Women’s Law Center
Advocates, experts, & lawyers who fight for gender justice, handling issues that are central to the lives of women and girls. We drive change in the courts, in public policy, and in society.
Rights4Girls advocates for the dignity and rights of young women and girls so that every girl can be safe and live a life free of violence and exploitation.
United State of Women
The United State of Women is a national organization dedicated to convening, connecting, and amplifying voices in the fight for full gender equity.
Center Advisory Roles
Steering committee member of the Girls @ The Margin National Alliance
Advisor to the Alliance for Girls Research Board (CA)
Advisor to the Incorrigibles Project (NY)
Advisor to the Art of Yoga Project (CA)
Become Our Partner
Submit your ideas to collaborate, cross-promote, co-lead a research project, co-host an event, or other ideas to partner.