AT SHINE Summer Camp, girls 11 – 14 years-old can expect a fun, engaging, and transformational week. Parents can expect a safe place where their daughters will learn skills that will help them navigate the challenges and opportunities a new school year brings!


Pasco Hernando State College – West Campus Performing Arts Center
10230 Ridge Rd, New Port Richey, FL 34654[/vc_column_text][/vc_column]

Cost: Free
Space is limited. Registration is required


The goal of the Women’s Symposium on Harassment Prevention is three-fold.

  • To get ahead of the discussion on harassment and begin talking about prevention.
  • To work with businesses to provide harassment training to their staff.  
  • To go into the to schools with the SHINE Girls program to instill confidence, build strength, establish boundaries, and give voice to our next generation.

Who Should Attend:


  • Passionate & Purposeful Women & Men that want to be a part of the harassment-prevention conversation.
  • Administrators, Teachers, Parents, and Students that want to instill confidence, establish boundaries, and give voice to the next generation.
  • Business Leaders & Professionals that want to bring harassment-prevention into the workplace.

Speakers & Panelists

Kathryn Starkey – Pasco County Commissioner

Yvonne Fry – Fryed Egg Production, Florida Commission on the Status of Women

Sandra May – Equity Manager, Pasco County School District

Jessica Muroff – CEO of Girl Scouts of West Central Florida

Jen Baker – Executive Director of For the Girls International

Dr. Stanley Giannet – PHSC Vice President of Academic Affairs & College Provost

Suzanne Legg – Pasco Commission on the Status of Women, FTGI, Dayspring Academy

And more are joining the conversation every day……