Our latest video features Crittenton participant Naomi Conteh and Colonel Jennifer Aupke, U.S. Air Force Helicopter Pilot.
Jan M. AdamsFounder and CEOJMA Solutions Jan Adams is a 24-year veteran of the United States Air Force (USAF) and the President of two companies: JMA Solutions and Ideal Electrical Supply Corporation. After retiring from the military at the highest rank of Chief Master Sergeant, Jan relocated to Washington, D.C., where she founded JMA Solutions, […]
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Welcome to Talk With A Teen Girl Today, our video series where Crittenton girls have an opportunity to interview different powerhouse women and role models in their community! EPISODE 2Naomi Conteh And Colonel Jennifer Aupkee Get ready for a thought-provoking conversation! Our Senior SNEAKERS girl, Naomi Conteh, sits down with Colonel Jennifer Aupke, U.S. Air Force […]
Our new video series debuts with Crittenton participant Iman Bangura and Dr. Evelyn Boyd Granville, one of the first Black women in STEM.
It’s Our Time to Thrive! Join Us for Crittenton’s 134TH Anniversary Celebration Thursday, November 10, 2022 · 6:00 PM · Hamilton Live Every year we come together to celebrate the extraordinary girls of Crittenton alongside distinguished community leaders.This year’s theme is “A Time to Thrive,” as we celebrate the incredible resilience of our girls in the wake […]
Thanking Siobhan Davenport for her service
Crittenton teens shared their wisdom at this year’s High Tea.
A Critical Crittenton Update.
Crittenton’s 2022 High Tea was a smashing success! On April 28, we gathered virtually to give our teen girls the opportunity to share their views on issues impacting their lives and showcase their leadership and advocacy skills. We believe that inter-generational conversations can be a powerful catalyst for positive change. Our annual High Tea is a […]
Siobhan Davenport shares her vision for the future.
At Crittenton, we believe that inter-generational conversations can be a powerful catalyst for positive change. Our annual High Tea is a cornerstone tradition that brings Crittenton teens together with community leaders from the corporate, government, higher education, nonprofit, and social advocacy sectors. Once again we will gather virtually to give teen girls opportunities to share […]
One alumna’s story shows the importance of the right help at the right time.
We are proud to announce that Crittenton Services of Greater Washington has received a major grant from Goldman Sachs.
On the outside, I looked like a typical 16-year-old high school student. But, on the inside, I was secretly suffering. It felt like the world was against me. Then I joined Crittenton.
The Washington City Paper reports on how young D.C. residents who dealt with food and housing insecurity during the pandemic are still dealing with the consequences, even when more resources are available.
Gender and race intersect with mental health disparities in local youth. The Washington City Paper reports on how Crittenton is trying to help its girls cope.
The New York Times wrote about Crittenton girls in their article about how, during the pandemic, teenage girls took on more caregiving at home, extra shifts at work and the burden of organizing racial justice protests.
How to create safer schools and communities for our teen girls as they prepare for the new school year.
President of Crittenton Services of Greater Washington, Siobhan Davenport, discusses strategies to use to deal with back to school stress with FOX 5 Washington, DC.