Meet the Bloggers: A Girl Like Me call/web chat on March 7th!

Submitted on Mar 1, 2013 by  The Well Project

Register now for The Well Project's very first international A Girl Like Me conference call/web chat on Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 10:00 am ET in honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD). The call/web chat is a great opportunity to ask questions of some of your favorite bloggers who are a source of support to women around the world.

Featured bloggers will include:

  • Angela Krebs (Indianapolis, IN, USA)
  • Bose Olutu (Lagos, Nigeria)
  • Connie Johnson (GoldyLyfe) (Chicago, IL, USA)
  • Dawn Averitt, Founder of The Well Project (Charlottesville, VA, USA)
  • Devarah (Dee) Borrego (Boston, MA)
  • drkatmd (Kat/Lyric) (Maryland, USA)
  • Jae (Southern California, USA)
  • Kate (Cleveland, OH, USA)
  • Maria Mejia (Miami, FL, USA)
  • Michelle Anderson (Ms. Plus America) (Dallas, TX, USA)
  • Sonia Roy (India)
  • Tabby (wowreallytab) (Kansas City, KS, USA)
  • Tiffany (Voices from our Allies) (Philadelphia, PA, USA)
  • Vickie Lynn (lovinglife) (Tampa, FL, USA)

We hope you will join us for what promises to be an enlightening, informational, and entertaining hour with the women who make A Girl Like Me such a powerful resource.


Instructions for participation:

  • To register in advance please go to: 
  • At 10:00 am ET on March 7, you can join us via the web and/or telephone
    • Web: click on and use your computer microphone and speaker
    • Phone: dial 213-416-1560 and enter Passcode 1044335
    • Participants may enter in an alias name if you do not want your real name displayed during the webcast
    • All information received during registration will be kept confidential



National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD) is a day to "Share Knowledge. Take Action." The nationwide observance held each March 10 sheds light on the disease's often overlooked impact on women and girls and empowers people to make a difference.

Every year on this important day, thousands of people, advocacy organizations, and local and state public health officials share the facts about HIV/AIDS and how it affects women and girls. They also take action in a variety of ways, such as:

  • Telling women and girls how to prevent HIV/AIDS
  • Getting more of them to get tested
  • Providing services to those living with the disease
  • Doing whatever it takes to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS

Together, we can educate others, change behaviors, and help shape the future for women and girls.

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