Girls For A Change Blog Recognized

We are excited to share that the Girls For A Change blog was listed as a “Top 35 Black Nonprofit Blogs” by Feedspot! We are so honored to be named among a long list of nonprofits doing great work. Feedspot is a “Content Reader” that uses RSS to allow users to follow their favorite blogs in one easy place. As an RSS reader, they definitely know that stats for blog readers. We are honored that we made the list and that so many follow our blog!

We just want to shout out some of the incredible Black voices who are behind the Girls For A Change blog.

Breeana GantBreeana Gant

Breeana Gant is a Girl Ambassador Alumni who was with the program for three years honing her communications and technology skills. She is now a Junior at Christopher Newport University where she works part-time for one of our hiring partners, Emergent Social Solutions, contributing to the GFAC blog.






Angela Patton

Angela Patton, smiling Black woman looking at camera, wearing glassesAngela Patton is the CEO of Girls For A Change and driving force behind the organization. She contributes her thoughts and unique perspective as a Black woman leader in the nonprofit and on the importance of supporting Black girls.