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




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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.





2018 Girls Keynote Speaker: TBD 

2018 She's All That! workshops include (girls chose 3 from this selection):

Anti-Bullying & Relationship Safety
• Art Journaling
Be Healthy, Be Happy
Bend it Shape It Yoga for Girls 
Connect With Your Feminine Reality (combined mother/daughter workshop)
Cyber Safe and Sane On-line
• Dance Party
• Discover the Writer Inside You
• Dollars and Sense - Learn How Money Works
• Don’t Just Stand there – Do Something!  (7th and 8th Grade Only)
Don't Stress Out
• Find Your Passion   

• Friendships, Conflict and Girl Drama (combined mother/daughter workshop)
Fun With Improv
• Fun With Science
High School How-to's (8th graders only)
Hip Hop Til You Drop
• The Ins and Outs of Being a Teenage Girl
 Make-up Do's and Don'ts
Manage Middle School (5th graders only)
Self Defense – What Every Girl Should Know
• Skin Care Savvy 
Straight  Talk on Relationships (6th Graders and above only)
Straight Talk on Relationships (7th & 8th graders only)


2018 Adult Keynote Speaker: TBD

Elizabeth Perlman

Elizabeth is the founder and Executive Director of The Intuitive Writing Project, a writing-based empowerment program for teenage girls. The Intuitive Writing Project is the synthesis of everything she wanted and needed when she was a teen, along with everything she learned through her own self-empowerment process—but wished someone had taught her in high school!

Elizabeth got her BA in Media Arts and Film at USC, followed by two years of design study at the Portfolio Center. For the next ten years, she worked as a graphic designer and art director in advertising. In 2012, she got her Masters at JFKU in Transformative Arts, the study of creative expression as a tool for personal healing and growth. She launched the Intuitive Writing Project in July of 2013.

“Ever since I was thirteen, writing has been my salvation,” Elizabeth says. “It’s still saving me. Writing is medicine. And it’s how I found my voice.”

At the Intuitive Writing Project, Elizabeth is dedicated to giving girls the time and space they need to find their own voice—and then to use their voice as leaders, to speak up and change the world.


To learn more about their programs and philosophy, visit


2018 She's All That! adult workshops include (parents chose 3 from this list):

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 
• Materialism and money - 10 tips for raising money confident girls/teens 
• Middle School Transition 
• Mistakes Moms of Preteens Make that Keep Their Daughters Shut Down, Pulling Away, and Feeling Bad About their Bodies
• Social Media and Cyber Safety
• Strong Dads, Strong Daughters
• 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 2018 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