Loving Me Girls Conference

LMGC Registration is open!

Register high school girls for the 8th Annual Loving Me Girls Conference.
March 24, 2018
9:00am – 2:30pm (Registration begins at 8am)
Alice Deal Middle School
3815 Fort Drive, NW
Washington DC, 20016

A continental breakfast and lunch will be served.  Registration is free.
Click here  to download registration form.

Workshops for the Parents

  • The New Tax Bill and Asset Protection- Hear from a State Farm rep about some of the most important things you need to know about the new tax bill and how it will affect you and your family.
  • Planning for College: Understanding Scholarships and other Financial Aid - In this session, parents will learn about several resources for college scholarships and helpful tips to help your student prepare and apply. We will also discuss some of the basics steps of applying for financial aid and understanding the different packages an institution may offer.
  • The Latest Apps: Understanding Social Media Safety for Teens and Tweens – Instagram, Snap-Chat, and Twitter are just a few of the popular apps used by tweens, teens, (and adults). However, everyday there are new ones that your tween/teen may be exposed to in all sorts of settings. In this session, we will discuss various apps and different strategies parents can use to keep their children safe.

For more information or questions about the conference, contact Atiya Hoye at lovingmeconference@naascwdc.org.

EMPOWERING NEXT GENERATION LEADERS Each spring, the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Chapter of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College hosts the Loving Me Girls Conference to empower, inspire, and educate girls in grades 8-12. This exciting, one-day program features interactive workshops, team building activities, and empowerment panels focused on leadership, college preparation, entrepreneurship, positive identity development, and sisterhood. During the conference, attendees will be provided an intimate and engaging environment for intergenerational dialogue about the challenges facing girls in society. Each girl will gain tangible action steps to help support her path to becoming a woman. The NAASC Washington, D.C. Metro Chapter’s Loving Me Girls Conference continues to empower the next generation of girls to lead, innovate, and serve.


We welcome all donations to help reach our $3,000 fundraising goal. No donation is too small! The Loving Me Girls Conference is free and open to high school girls in grades 8 through 12. As a 501(c)3 not-for-profit program, the Loving Me Girls Conference is financed through generous financial support from the community.  Thank you for helping us to support the next generation of leaders in Washington, D.C.!

You can also donate supplies to defray the cost of the conference.

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Help raise money for the conference!


Spelman Sister and State Farm Agent Ashley Deadwyler-Jones, C’98,
has selected the 2018 Loving Me Girls Conference (LMGC)
to participate in her Community Give Back Campaign for the month of March.

How does it work?:  Each Spelmanite or affiliate household that accurately completes the 1 minute participation link will receive a Free State Farm Auto Insurance Quote. As a result of signing up to receive a free auto quote, LMGC will receive a $5 donation.

So please take a minute of your time to help LMGC and support our Spelman Sister by clicking here.

Terms & Conditions $5 donations are not based on sales. $5 donations will only be based on accurate data entered per household. All eligible participants must live in DC, MD, VA or DE. Your information will not be shared and we promise not to send irritating marketing emails. You will be directly contacted by a State Farm Agent Representative requesting your date of birth and a driver license number by phone to ensure an accurate quote and to avoid improper use of confidential information.



The conference is 100% volunteer driven.  Spelman Women model what it means to be a strong and confident leader.  Join us as we mentor the next generation.  Click here to sign up as a volunteer.

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