What is your name/how old are you? My name is Taylor Priest, I’m 22 years old. Where are you from?Â I’m originally from Burton, MI, but I moved to Ann Arbor about a year ago. How long have you been skating/Why did you start skating? I’ve been skating for just […]
Nashville, TN GRO Crew kicks off 2017 on January 7th! GRO All Girls Skate Session Saturday, January 7th 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Franklin Skate Shop 1227 Lakeview Dr Suite #4 Franklin, TN 37067 $5 to skate Donations to GRO Welcome! Calling all girls of all ages and abilities […]
What is your name/how old are you? Chris Culma, 26 years old Where are you from? From Queens, NY. Mi segundo hogar es Armenia, Colombia. How long have you been skating/Why do you skate? I have been skating since I was 15 years old, so over 10 years now. There […]
What is your name and how old are you? Nesa Rampersad & I am 18 years old. Where are you from? I was born in Yonkers, but lived in the Bronx for 6 years. My family is from Trinidad and Tobago. How long have you been skating and why […]
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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 […]
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 […]
GRO sessions come back to where it all began with the development of the first Bloomington, Indiana GRO Crew with the support of GRO’s founder, Courtney Payne – Taylor. GRO Crews are a group effort in each community, but it begins with a gathering to meet, connect and discuss goals […]
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.