All Girls Considered was created in 2017 at Leander Middle School, just northwest of Austin, Texas. Our founder, Jennifer Dean, wanted to create a space for her middle school girls to connect with inspiring women so that they could see all the things they could be. The conversations that resulted from these connections led to the girls producing a podcast, and finding their own voices along the way. We now have ten chapters, in both middle and high schools, throughout Texas, Arkansas, and Missouri. We believe we are stronger - together.

We started in one classroom just outside of Austin, Texas.



To create a world where women and girls matter.

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We connect girls and women through the power of story sharing, mentorship, and experiential learning to create a world of endless possibilities.


“If you like to imagine what you might become when you grow up, you’ll love this podcast.” - New York Times Kids' Edition, January 2018 print edition

“It boosts self esteem and makes them take themselves, their voices, their work and each other more seriously.” - New York Times Learning Network

“All Girls Considered, episodes of which are available on iTunes and SoundCloud, continues working to empower girls in safe, inclusive spaces to share their unique voices by connecting them to powerful women, whose stories they share on their national audience reaching podcast.” - Austin Woman

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What our girls are saying about us…

I love being involved and I believe spreading the voices of women that aren’t always heard is important. I feel like a lot of middle schoolers, they don’t always make a difference in the world. I don’t want to wait until I’m an adult; I want to make a difference now.”
— Abigail, 8th grader, Leander Middle School