Georgia public schools in low-income areas will receive $1.25 million to address period poverty! The tampon tax adds to inequity and makes menstrual products that much more inaccessible to many. IGNITE and our young women have been tirelessly advocating for elected leaders across the country to address this inequity.
IGNITE is growing! We're thrilled to introduce you to our new team member, Jacelyn Matthews (she/her). Stepping into the role of Northeast Program Director, she brings over ten years of experience working in program development, mental health, and social services. We sat down with Jacelyn to get to know more about what motivates her.
IGNITE is growing! We're thrilled to introduce you to our new team member, Amanda Conlee (she/her/hers). Stepping into the role of Chief Operations Officer, Amanda brings 12 years of experience managing the internal operations, administration, and financial aspects of small businesses and nonprofit organizations. We sat down with Amanda to get to know more about what motivates her.
Jacelyn Matthews has over 10 years of experience working in the fields of program development, mental health, and social services.
Non-profit executive and long-term IGNITE leader succeeds founder Anne Moses
Did you know that many cities across America have Police Oversight Commissions that aim to address police-related incidents? In fact, of the 50 largest U.S. cities, 88% have these commissions. But rarely do young people, especially young women, serve on these governing boards.
Carolyn Kedslie serves as our North Texas Fellow.
Kelsey Lowman serves as our Cincinnati/Cleveland Fellow.
Isabella Marches serves as our D.C. Fellow.
Sherlyna Hanna serves as our Baltimore Fellow.