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Dr. Carla Featured Expert in Ebony Magazine Article on The State of Black Girls in America

Dr. Carla was interviewed as an expert in a feature article by Hilary Beard on “Saving Our Daughters” in Ebony Magazine where she sheds light on the state of black American girls and her research findings related to the health and sexuality of girls coming of age in the digital area.

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May 2014 (pp. 117-121)



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Dr. Carla Stokes, Ph.D., M.P.H., is a girl empowerment expert, professional speaker and women's health advocate. As a certified life coach and founder of Teen Girl University™, she helps young women, girls and parents thrive through the pressures and transitions of the teen and tween years. Through Dr. Carla's A Heart for Girls™ Business Academy, she helps women with a heart for empowering girls build sustainable speaking and coaching businesses. A multi-passionate social entrepreneur, Dr. Carla is also the founder of Helping Our Teen Girls In Real Life Situations, Inc. (HOTGIRLS)®, an award-winning 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health and lives of underserved young women and girls. Her work has been featured in media outlets including The New York Times, NBC, CBS, Fox, Reuters, Woman's Day and Ebony. [Read More About Dr. Carla...]

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