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Alliance for Girls Survey of Members & Girls’ Champions*

Please take 20-25 minutes to help us learn more about you and your organization's experience with Alliance for Girls (AFG) since late 2020. Your responses will be kept confidential and will be used to help AFG improve our programming and services. 

Note that the questions in this survey are asking for you to recall how your relationship with AFG has impacted you and your organization since December 2020. For members and partners that joined AFG after December 2020, please answer the questions below based on your overall experience with AFG since becoming a member or partner.

If you are representing an organization (e.g., nonprofit, school/district, business, government agency), we encourage you to work with your colleagues to answer the survey. Please submit one survey on behalf of the organization’s/staff’s overall AFG experience.

Once you complete the survey, you’ll be entered in a drawing for one of five $100 gift cards to Target or one of two free Alliance for Girls annual memberships! If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Miari Stephens at miari@alliance4girls.org. Thank you for your valuable time and input!

* “Girls” refers to gender-expansive youth (cis-girls, trans-girls, non-binary youth, gender non-conforming youth, gender queer youth and any girl-identified youth). “Champions” refers to staff of girl-serving organizations, and individuals who are girls’ advocates and educators.
YOUR INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCES WITH AFG

The following questions ask about your own experiences with AFG since 2020 and how being part of the AFG network has impacted you and your work.

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1. What is your name and title? (First and last, for survey tracking only)

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2. Which of the following AFG resources, materials, and/or leadership/advisory groups did you participate in or use at any time since December 2020 to today? (Mark all that apply)

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3. To what extent has AFG positively affected you and your work in the following ways since December 2020 ? (Mark one answer per row)

  Not at all
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A little
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Moderately
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A lot
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Significantly
(5)
Don't know
a. I am more knowledgeable about girls (e.g., their lived experiences, needs, expertise)
b. I am more knowledgeable about factors that improve girls’ safety and life outcomes (e.g., shifting harmful gender norms, increasing connection to caring adults and peers, coordinating a network of care)
c. I have a better understanding about issues related to equity, diversity and/or inclusion as it relates to girls and gender expansive youth.
d. I have a better understanding of harmful gender norms (e.g., their impact, how to shift them)
e. I have more expansive attitudes and beliefs about gender, identity, and expression
f. I have stronger advocacy/policy skills
g. I have more tools/strategies (e.g., promising practices, solutions) to be effective in my role supporting girls
h. I feel more connected to other girls’ champions
i. I am more energized and inspired as a girls’ champion

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4. How has AFG helped you or organization start or increase collaboration with other girls’ champions in the following ways since December 2020? (Mark all that apply)

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