Girl Power: Raising Happy, Healthy, Independent & Confident Daughters in 2017

Event Details

Join us for a panel discussion about raising girls in our modern world. Our panel includes experts who can speak to a variety of concerns about raising girls and empowering girls to grow into strong young women. Topics covered include encouraging a healthy body image, developing strong friendships, fostering resilience, developing leadership skills, and breaking stereotypes – both personally and in career choices.

This program is for parents, teachers, and any other adults who influence the development of girls and want to do it with more confidence. It will be a night of getting questions answered, hearing answers to questions you didn’t even know you had, or ones you might have in the future.

Panel members:

  • Bobbi Morgan, Head Women’s Basketball coach, Haverford College
  • Danica Pascavage, Outreach Coordinator, TechGirlz
  • Catherine Mallam, Counselor, Chatham Park Elementary School
  • Dr. Meredith Barber, Psychologist who specializes in adolescent issues, eating disorders, and parenting.Registration fee $10. To register and pay, go to: or make payment at the Library front desk. The program is #301 in the HTAS Fall Course Catalog.This program is made possible through a partnership between the Haverford Township Free Library, the Haverford Township Adult School, and the School District of Haverford Township.

Program to take place at Haverford Middle School (1701 Darby Road, Havertown)