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Welcome to Girl Code, the movement that is revolutionizing the way girls and women relate to each other. Did you know that 71% of women feel that they are in direct competition with other women in their lives? Our mission is to empower women with the tools and knowledge they need to break down these barriers and build better relationships - not just with others, but also with themselves. We believe that when women support each other, incredible things can happen.

That's why we've created our Girl C.O.D.E, a powerful set of principles that will inspire you to be your best self, both personally and professionally.

Our signature Girl Code youth program, community Girl Talks for women, and our podcast are designed to help you live your most authentic life with healthy connections and community. 

Join us today and discover the power of sisterhood! 

You Can Sit with Us! 

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Girl Code youth program
& initiatives

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8 week Girl Code program

Join the Girl Code program, a transformative 7-week journey of self-discovery and empowerment for high school students, equipping them with essential life skills to navigate social and emotional challenges, fostering sisterhood, and promoting self-love for a better future and stronger communities. This program is available for licensing, allowing businesses and organizations to facilitate and bring the empowering experience to their own communities.


Girl Talk Events

Experience transformative sisterhood and ignite meaningful conversations at our inclusive Girl Talk events. Join women in a safe and culturally competent space, where we address the challenges of drama, violence, and division in girl culture, empowering each other to lead by example and build a positive future generation.


The Podcast

Welcome to the Girl Code Media podcast, where we challenge the status quo and disrupt the harmful influences that divide and hinder sisterhood. Join us as we unravel the narratives, uncover the truth, and empower women to reclaim their voices in media. Through thought-provoking discussions, expert interviews, and inspiring stories, we dismantle the systems that perpetuate division, fostering a community where sisterhood thrives and solidarity reigns. Get ready to redefine media's impact on women and unleash the power of united voices for positive change.


What the data says:

  • Teen girls are experiencing record high levels of violence, sadness, and suicide risk.

  • According to new CDC data, nearly 3 in 5 (57%) U.S. teen girls felt persistently sad or hopeless in 2021—double that of boys, representing a nearly 60% increase and the highest level reported over the past decade. 

  • The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that social isolation is a risk factor for substance abuse, and that social support can be a protective factor.

  • According to a study published in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, social isolation and lack of social support are associated with poorer health outcomes, including increased risk of mortality.

  • By fostering connections and community among girls and women with our youth program and events, we can help prevent feelings of isolation and reduce the risk of suicide, reduce the risk of substance abuse and addiction, and  help improve health outcomes and overall well-being.

"The Girl Code workshop was nothing short of amazing. Each of the Girl Code members were skilled at targeting the very concerns that high school girls face on a daily basis. Girl Code leaders captured our girls' attention the first few mins of the the workshop and kept their interest until the VERY end. Our girls opened up and expressed their feelings easily because of the sense of trust Chanel Jack and her team were able to create. Girl programs come and go but Girl Code is one that Walnut Ridge staff are committed to keeping.

Ms. Fawn Harris, Walnut Ridge HS English teacher 

Our Clients Say

Testimony about Girl Talk

"I love that there were a lot of people their different age ranges and backgrounds, and that people were willing to talk and share their experiences."

Amber Charmayne (Columbus OH)


 I'm so happy I went to be in a room with other like-minded women who can come together and share their stories and uplift women and young ladies coming into adulthood is magical! My best friend even made me talk and interact, but it wasn't awkward, and it felt like my voice was heard and that is a great feeling
- Liyah (Cleveland

"This event was phenomenal! It touched me and my sister on so many levels! We need more events here like this. Thank you from the bottom of my heart."

Brye Collins (Cleveland OH)

Testimony about Girl Code program

"This program needs to expand because so many girls need it"

- GC 7 week program participant

"I loved the Girl Talk workshop because it gives everybody a chance to talk about what THEY think is going on, or what's going on personally, and it's a safe community so it was a good program because it let us talk about our emotions and a lot of people don't do that."

- participant for Girl Talk workshop for teens

"I love this program because it gives you a connection to other women and you feel like you have a second home and you can really open up to these people without feeling judged or talked about after this; you can be open and vulnerable. I learned a lot!

- GC 7 week program participant

Testimony about the Girl Code

"My dad's best friend was stabbed in her eye at a nightclub because another woman was jealous of her looks. She's been wearing a prosthetic eye for two decades. I rebuke any and all hater energy.

This is why I respect initiatives like Girl Code. Women have to find better ways to cope with jealousy and find self-worth so we aren't projecting negativity on each other."

- Jaelani Turner-Williams

News Writer at Okayplayer


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Columbus, OH, USA

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If you want to go quick, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.

"You Can Sit With Us"




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