Yay! I've got good news, girls. A state run organization for the arts has endorsed the Chloe Pink Doodle & Dream Diary Club and added it to its statewide offerings.
The program is one of three available from teaching artist, Sharna Fulton, the creator of Chloe Pink. In an e-blast launching their new roster, the GA Council for the Arts said, "In an effort to provide up-to-date resources to schools and organizations, and to help promote the work of our state's best teaching artists, the Council has created a new and improved Georgia Teaching Artists Registry. Including 25 qualified Georgia teaching artists, the registry features artists who have a combination of extensive training and experience in their field, are available to work in schools and at organizations serving K-12 students around the state and have passed a background check to work in a school environment. The Georgia Teaching Artists Registry is now available on the GCA website.
Chloe Pink is a brand property, and leadership role model to entertain, educate and empower young girls to be self-confident and happy. "The idea is that if we instill in girls at an early enough age that their instincts are correct and their desires matter, they will be more confident and thus, able to pursue their goals and dreams not only as a young girl, but throughout every stage of their female life," said Sharna Fulton. CP the character was created by Sharna Fulton in 2006 and can be found in three activity and coloring books for girls on Amazon. Chloe Pink also offers daily messages of encouragement for girls on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
For more information about the Chloe Pink workshop to help girls build self-confidence through self-expression, click here.