GlamourGals Leadership Training Institute (GLTI) Hosts 11th Annual Educational and Inspirational Conference for Teen Volunteers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information contact:

Rachel Doyle

GlamourGals Foundation, Inc.

(631) 921-9071


New York, New York (November 18, 2014)--Leadership resources will be provided to teens on Saturday, November 22, 2014 from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm hosted by Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, 51 West 52nd Street, New York, NY 10019-6142.

At the GLTI annual training, over 100 teens will have the opportunity to learn public speaking tips, how to create a PSA, write a social media campaign, perfect the thank you note, and become more compassionate volunteers.

The speakers include Vivian Nunez, Founder of Too Damn Young; Lauren Berger, Founder/CEO of; Vashti Barran, Founder of the Hunter College GlamourGals Chapter; Christianna Giordano, Senior Account Executive at Cohn & Wolfe Digital Innovation Group; Denise B. Scott, Owner of Denise B. Scott, LLC; Shallon Lester, Senior Editor of Star Magazine; Gary Jones, BeautiControl Product Ambassador; Heather Furlow, Copy Editor at Marie Claire; Deepica Mutyala, Senior Manager in Brand Development at Birchbox.

“It inspires, gives them hope, and reminds them that they have a huge support system and many people rooting for them. We try to show them through this event that the skills they learn from volunteering with the GlamourGals program are transferable in all aspects of their lives moving forward,” said Vashti Barran, Founder of the Hunter College GlamourGals Chapter.

The goal of this annual training is for our volunteer teens to leave empowered with the skills they need to become successful and compassionate citizens who continue to give back to their communities.

About GlamourGals: GlamourGals is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit which inspires and organizes teens to provide ongoing companionship and complimentary beauty makeovers to women living in senior homes since 2000.  GlamourGals has 74 chapters across the country that engage over 1,000 teen volunteers to serve more than 2,000 senior women in 15 states.  For more information, please visit