Trainees, coaches, and customers are all saying “We need more space!” Indeed we do! After 7-plus years at our current Girl AGain location, we have outgrown the 750-square-foot store on Martine Avenue. So we called our broker who found another great opportunity in downtown White Plains that met our criteria. Things happened very fast. I […]
APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS AND ACCEPTANCE MONTH Mo, a Yes She Can trainee, created this video to share how they and other trainees use strategies at work to help them be successful.
Since she was 11 years old, Isabelle has said, “My dream job is to work at American Girl in the doll hair salon.” So Izzie became the inspiration for the creation of our job skills development program for teens and young women with autism and other social and communication disabilities. Today Izzie knows she has […]
One day at Girl AGain while Izzie was working, she heard the bells ring when the store door opened. To Izzie’s surprise, her idols from Wicked on Broadway in New York City, Donna Vivino and Alli Mauzy arrived. In shock, Izzie said “OMG!” “I know you two are my idols from Wicked on Broadway, my […]
As the year winds to an end, I find myself reflecting on all the things that I have to be thankful for in my new role at Yes She Can as Director of Training Programs. One of the things for which I am most grateful is our organization’s ability to attract and maintain such a […]