WiMN founder Laura B. Whitmore and singer/songwriter Jenna Paone share their new series of workshops called Girl In The Back Row that focus on giving girls the tools to be selective in their listening and viewing habits with the goal of empowering girls to make positive choices! Recently, they kicked off the series at Notre Dame Academy with an assembly of 500 girls, hosting their gala and sang songs from Girl, the album.
Currently they offer three energizing and empowering workshops that focus on music/social media presence, songwriting, and performance – Who Runs the World: How Music & Media Affect Girls, A Group Songwriting Co-Write Experience, and Girl, the album: Performance and Interactive Q&A. To learn more or schedule a workshop, visit their website at: girlthealbum.com/workshops
About the Workshop Team
Laura B. Whitmore and Jenna Paone joined forces in 2016 to create a project that addresses their passion for inspiring and empowering girls musically. Girl, the album is projected for release in Spring 2019 and covers topics from strength and internal beauty to friendship, courage and self-esteem. Whitmore is the founder of the Women’s International Music Network, producer of the She Rocks Awards and the music contributor for Parade magazine. With an MBA in marketing, she has decades of interview, speaking and teaching experience, leading workshops and panels, guest lectures and commencement speeches.
Jenna Paone is a writer and singer/songwriter who co-founded female empowerment non-profit, Boston GLOW (Girls’ Leadership, Organized Women). She has shared the stage with international artists such as Melissa Etheridge, The Bangles, Colbie Caillat, Orianthi, Lisa Loeb, and more, and her music has received airplay on regional radio stations and has been featured in independent films.