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Girls Living Out Loud Montreal

Girls Living Out Loud Montreal

Girls Living Out Loud Montreal is a day-long empowerment summit bringing some of the most awesome women and girls in a conversation about self-love and self-determination. It mainly aims at creating a safe space for girls to talk openly about the most common struggles and stresses, and giving them practical tools to grow and succeed in spite of them.
This year, #GLOmtl invited a bunch of inspiring women, from Dr. Lauren Hazzouri, licensed teen psychologist & founder of The Practice all the way from Pennsylvania, to Montreal’s influencer Nalie Agustin, model & body activist Elly Mayday, and inspirational model and founder of “Born to Rise” Aiesha Robinson.
As you know, one of the Ardene Foundation’s pillars is education and empowering girls and women around the world. #GLOmtl was the perfect opportunity for us to contribute to this amazing cause and support women. This year, the Ardene Foundation was the title sponsor of the event, donating $5,000 and gift bags to all attendees.

 

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