She's All That! 2018 

 Registration opens soon

Saturday, April 28
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

California High School
 San Ramon


She's All That 2018 will be held on Saturday, April 28 at Cal High in San Ramon. Registration will open soon.



We are collecting gently used sports equipment for the non-profit organization COGS (catch on to girls softball). If you bring something, you will get an extra raffle ticket!

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She’s All That! is
an exciting and distinctive conference that past participants have said should be mandatory for all middle-school aged girls. "I think it's great that the girls are getting this attention and information - that there are people in the community who care enough about the girls to do this for them" was the feedback from one parent last year. Another mentioned that she and her daughter waited a year to participate and it was "everything I could have hoped for."

This special conference includes an inspirational keynote presentation and a choice of three of the available workshops (listed below) for girls. Our popular “Live Your Dream!” Expo will include numerous informational exhibits again this year. The adult workshops have been expanded and new ones are being offered.







2017 Girls Keynote Speaker: Lisa Belk 
Lisa is the NIF Computing (NIFC) Division Leader at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. During her keynote talk, Lisa will demonstrate some “Fun with Science” short experiments and involve some girls from the audience. She will also share some thoughts about her early high school and college experiences leading up to her highly exciting and computer-oriented work where she today directs a team of 85 software coders who program the world’s largest laser, the National Ignition Facility. Lisa was previously the IT Manager for the lab’s Global Security Directorate and led software verification projects for the Department of Homeland Security’s counterterrorism program. In addition to her work at the lab, Lisa is also a mother of two girls, serves as a Girl Scout Troop leader, enjoys running and teaches in the Expanding Your Horizons computer workshops for middle school girls.


2017 She's All That! workshops include (girls chose 3 from this selection):

Anti-Bullying & Relationship Safety
• Be a Dream Catcher
Be Healthy, Be Happy
Bend it Shape It Yoga for Girls 
• Code Busters Club
Connect With Your Feminine Reality (combined mother/daughter workshop)
Cyber Safe and Sane On-line
• Dance Party
• Discover the Writer Inside You
• Don't be Stressed Out
• Empower your Inner Leader
 Fashionista on a Budget
• Friendships, Conflict and Girl Drama (combined mother/daughter workshop)
Fun With Improv
• Fun With Science
Get Your Parents Off Your Back (and On Your Side)
Hip Hop Til You Drop
How To Do High School (8th graders only)
How to do Middle School (5th graders only)
• The Ins and Outs of Being a Teenage Girl
• It's Your Time
 Make-up Do's and Don'ts
Self Defense – What Every Girl Should Know
• Skin Care Savvy 
• Straight  Talk on Boys I (6th Graders and above only)
• Straight Talk on Boys II (7th & 8th graders only)


2017Adult Keynote Speaker: Linda Turnbull 
Linda Turnbull is the Founder and Executive Director of Teen Esteem.  Over the past 21 years, she and her team have developed educational programs for youth and their parents. These programs focus on educating, equipping and empowering young people to make well- informed choices guided by respect for self and others. Her close relationships with students, parents, school administrators, community leaders, and healthcare professionals have provided Linda with extensive knowledge on this subject matter, allowing her to provide relevant and current programs impacting the community as a whole. Linda sits on numerous service committees in the Tri-Valley and is a sought-after speaker, addressing challenges young people face in today’s ever-changing youth culture. 


2017 She's All That! adult workshops include (parents chose 3 from this list):

• Blended Families
• Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention: "it's everyone's business"
Connect With Your Feminine Reality (combined mother/daughter workshop)
• Dose of Awareness:  What EVERY Parent Needs to Know 
• Friendships, Conflict and Girl Drama (combined mother/daughter workshop)
• Healthy Relationships 
• Middle School Transition 
• Mistakes Moms of Preteens Make that Keep Their Daughters Shut Down, Pulling Away, and Feeling Bad About their Bodies
• Not Now Mom I'm Almost at Level _ or How to Help your child navigate in the age of Internet and Video Game Addiction
• Social Media and Cyber Safety
• Strong Dads, Strong Daughters
The Power Within (Empower and Inspire Your Teen)
• Who's the Parent? 
• Talking to Kids about Sex
Teen Talk – How to Keep Them Talking to You Through These Emotional Years


Many thanks to our sponsors!

Download the 2017 flyer.

Presented by Soroptimist International of the San Ramon Valley
An international 501(c)(3) non-profit organization of professional women working to improve the lives of women and girls throughout the world. Federal Tax ID #68-001475