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Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business featured Kelley Alumn, Courtney Payne-Taylor, and Girls Riders Organization in the recent Women Redefining Success issue of Momentum. Girls Riders Organization: A Skate Crew for Social Change from Kelley School of Business on Vimeo. At the Kelley School of Business, Courtney Payne Taylor, BS 06, learned that business is […]
Here’s what The Berrics had to say… Girls Riders Organization is a national nonprofit organization focused on inspiring and educating girls who skate, snowboard, or participate in other action sports. GRO has nine chapters in the U.S. and Canada that put together local events designed to bring the girls together for a rad […]
Thank you Toyota and ESPN. You are our Everyday Heroes! Toyota awards three women who are involved with organizations that are dedicated to improving the lives of young girls with a $10,000 grant.
Three influential women who have succeeded in empowering young girls and women through sports in their respective communities were recognized for their achievements Friday as the 2016 Toyota Everyday Heroes at espnW: Women + Sports Summit. Courtney Payne-Taylor’s Girls Riders Organization in Indiana inspires, educates and supports girls through action sports … … We […]
Name: Niki Culma Age: 26 years old Where are you from: I was born and raised in Queens, but my family is from Colombia. How long have you been skating: Since 14 years old, so about 12 years. Why did you start skating? I started to skate because my guy friends that […]
“We saw Instagram posts of this tiny little girl on a pump track, cruising down the street, or flying out of a snake run, always in motion with her long blond hair flying in the wind. Next thing we knew we saw she was throwing a “Chica de Mayo” party to help raise funds for […]
The Encinitas GRO Crew is already attracting their local news. The Coast News Group just wrote a great story about the new GRO Crew and their first event. Switching stances: Girls skating into their own ENCINITAS A 6-year-old girl, dressed in a rainbow colored tutu riding a skateboard and dropping in on one of the […]
“I remember seeing GRO stickers when I was little. I would say to myself, wow, it’d be so cool to have a group of girls to skate with. GRO’s 10 year anniversary was an amazing moment, realizing now I have that opportunity. There’s so many amazing ladies out there, and such a positive and supportive […]