Girl Be Heard develops, amplifies, and celebrates the voices of young women through socially conscious theatre-making.
If a girl can change her own life, she can change the lives of girls everywhere. We envision a world in which every girl is valued and encouraged to be a leader and change maker.
First Row: 1. 2013 PSA 2. 2014 PSA Second Row: 3. United Nations Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland June 2014 4. I Am A Girl trailer. Girl Be Heard has created a core-standard aligned curriculum for educators. Third Row: 5. Stand #withMalala performance for Malala and Ziauddin Yousafzai at the Asia Society October 2015. 6. U.S. Mission to the United Nations, Geneva “The Future She Deserves” November 2015
It’s An Exciting Time At Girl Be Heard.
What began in 2008 with twelve girls is now a renowned theatre company of 170 girls and a global movement that engages audiences at the White House, United Nations, State Department, TED conferences, and in underserved communities locally and globally.
Meet Our Girls (click below)
Girl Be Heard is uniquely positioned to engage at-risk youth and open up dialogue about social justice issues affecting their communities—from gun violence to sex trafficking. We run both afterschool and weekend education programs in underserved areas of New York City, where all of our girls’ theatrical work is generated. Building self-esteem, growing individual talents (step dancing, singing, rapping, and acting), and empowering girls to become leaders in and advocates for their communities is Girl Be Heard’s unique model and why Girl Be Heard has been so successful.