Bloomberg NYC Girl’s Project Campaign to Boost Girls’ Self Esteem

Bloomberg NYC Girl’s Project Campaign to Boost Girls’ Self

Oct 02, 2013 · “Girls as young as seven were undergoing plastic surgery because they were being bullied about their appearance,” says Samantha Levine, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s deputy press secretary and project director for the city’s new NYC Girl’s Project self-esteem campaign, which has a $330,000 budget.

NYC Girls Project: Bloomberg’s worthwhile self-esteem

New York City has unveiled a new public health drive to improve girls’ self-esteem and body image. The $330,000 campaign, called the NYC Girls Project, kicked off Monday with bus and subway ads

I Created a Campaign to Boost Girls’ Self-Esteem and Was

Nov 01, 2013 · In the weeks since Mayor Bloomberg launched the New York City Girls Project, which focuses on improving girls’ body image and self-esteem, the …

City Unveils Campaign to Improve Girls’ Self-Esteem – The

Oct 01, 2013 · The $330,000 campaign, called NYC Girls Project, will also offer physical fitness classes for girls through the parks department, a pilot program addressing self-esteem issues for girls …

Mayor Bloomberg Launches NYC Girls’ Self-Esteem Project

Samantha Levine has been appointed Director of the New York City Girls’ Self-Esteem Project. “New York City is one of the most diverse cities in the nation with strong, successful women in every area of leadership,” said Mayor Bloomberg.

NYC Launches Campaign To Improve Girls’ Self-Esteem

Looks like girls’ self-esteem is the new soda for Mayor Bloomberg as he unveils the city’s latest public health campaign, NYC Girls Project (wait, isn’t that what Lena Dunham is here for

Mayor Bloomberg Launches ‘I’m A Girl’ Campaign In NYC To

Oct 02, 2013 · There’s a new ban in town. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg isn’t going after New York’s sugary drinks this time though. Instead, he plans to eliminate poor self-esteem in young girls.

NYC Mayor Bloomberg On A Mission To Improve Girls Self Esteem

This awesome new campaign, which kicks off Monday, October 7th, will also offer physical fitness classes for girls through the parks department, a pilot program addressing self-esteem issues for girls at 75 after-school programs, and a Twitter campaign, #ImAGirl.

Introducing the New York City Girls Project | City of New York

Samantha Levine has been appointed Director of the New York City Girls’ Self-Esteem Project. “New York City is one of the most diverse cities in the nation with strong, successful women in every area of leadership,” said Mayor Bloomberg.