The Houston Independent School District’s Resilient Outstanding Sisters Exemplifying Success (ROSES) project on Thursday will host its first professional women’s forum to discuss the effects of social media on education and society, especially as it relates to the well-being of young, underserved female students.
The forum’s discussion panel will be moderated by Telemundo News Anchor Ingrid Barrera. The event, which will begin at 6 p.m. at Sterling Aviation Early College High School (11625 Martindale Road, 77048), will feature panelists who are leaders from various fields, including an attorney, an entrepreneur, a police officer, a social worker, and a human resources professional.
ROSES, the sister program of Ascending to Men (ATM), seeks to provide positive role models and advocates for underserved young women in the district who need guidance and opportunities for educational, social, and professional growth.
Registration is required to attend the forum: HoustonISD.org/ROSES
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