Project passionista seeks to equip the next generation of young women in leadership to become agents of social change by exposing them to a 2 year program focused on social entrepreneurship and civic engagement.
Project Passionista was launched as a part of the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative University commitment program. CGIU is a program that brings together young leaders from across the world and provides the with the tools, partnerships, and knowledge they need to help bring a cause that they champion into fruition. F4F founder Brittany King was accepted as a CGIU 2012 participant and will represent F4F at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. March 30-April 1st. Project Passionista empowers young women to create change in their own communities with the guidance of adult women and peer mentors. Girls are paired with an advisory team that help them design and implement a social change entreprenurship project that will make a lasting change in their neighborhood, city or school.