Contributor biographical information for Girls Speak Out : finding your true self / Andrea Johnston ; foreword by Gloria Steinem.

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ANDREA JOHNSTON is the founder of the Girls Speak Out Foundation, an advocacy organization working with girls and their supporters on five continents. A 30-year veteran of public and private school teaching, Andrea convened and helped organize the First National Girls Conference at UNICEF House in New York in 1997. She has appeared in a Lifetime documentary, on CNN's Talk Back Live!, and on local and national radio shows. She has also been a frequent keynote speaker at YWCA youth conferences, on college campuses, for parenting organizations, and in the General Assembly and Trusteeship Council of the United Nations. She has a son, Jesse, and lives in Northern California.]]

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Teenage girls -- United States -- Psychology -- Juvenile literature.
Self-esteem in adolescence -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Self-perception in adolescence -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Self-esteem in women -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Self-help groups -- Activity programs -- Juvenile literature.