Our Youth Leadership Board (YLB) brings the teen girl voice into our organization. The YLB is an 9-month leadership, mentorship and ambassador experience for girls in10th-12th grade. The goal of the YLB is to turn Passion → Action and be a leader by doing. YLB members are dedicated towards the mission of WHI and use their voice to support a growing non-profit and create change for girls in our community.
2019 - 2020 YLB Important Dates: Coming Soon!
Accomplishments of the 2018 - 2019 Youth Leadership Board
392 hours of mentorship at twice monthly meetings.
Participating in the first YLB overnight retreat.
Setting and pursuing individual leadership goals.
Participating in guest speakers focusing on sharing your story with confidence, Cliffton Strengths Finder, and self-compassion.
Attending the IWCF Fall Symposium dinner with two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Nicholas Kristoff.
Tabling at the Idaho Women's March.
Interviewed and featured in the first issue of Outdoor Idaho Magazine.
Sharing their voice on the importance of WHI for online fundraising campaigns on Giving Tuesday and Idaho Gives.
Planning and implementing two outreach events aimed at increasing WHI awareness among girls ages 12-18.
Two YLB Representatives serving on the WHI Board of Directors.
Planning and implementing WHI's first fundraising event, the Celebrate Women Hike.
Ending the year with a celebration dinner recognizing individual growth, group accomplishments, and relationships formed.
Accomplishments of our (*First*) 2017-2018 Youth Leadership Board
Participated in 28 hours of leadership development.
Participated in an all-day retreat to foster connections and set YLB yearly goals.
Connected with mentors to pursue individual and group leadership goals.
Learned from influential women leaders in our local community on sharing your story, exploring your strengths, utilizing design thinking skills, and breaking down gender stereotypes in the outdoors.
Planned and implemented WHI Field Day event for 35 teen girls and parents. This was our first outreach event and focused on increasing awareness of WHI for middle school girls.