Our Mission

Tharros is a nonprofit venture that empowers girls to become bold leaders in sports and in life.

Tharros means courage in Greek. Courage is part of our identity and integrated in everything we do at Tharros.

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Our Values 

Authenticity I Boldness I Compassion

Grit I Innovation

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Our Vision

Our vision is a world where every girl is confident and bold. We envision a world where girls live up to their full potential and achieve their dreams. 

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Hi there! I'm so glad you're here. 

I was inspired to start Tharros through my own personal experience and journey with rebuilding my confidence. By the time I reached high school, I struggled with my confidence and I stopped doing the one thing I loved most-- playing soccer. 

When I rediscovered my confidence as an adult and began doing the things I loved again, I realized just how much I missed out on over the years. I made the connection between my experience and the experience that so many adolescent girls have today. And it keeps girls from playing it big, speaking up, standing out, and becoming leaders that challenge the status quo. When we invest in girls (and women), we create a ripple effect that lifts up entire communities. Imagine if we could do things differently and empower more girls to live up to their full potential? Now that's a world I want to envision for the future. 


About Me: I am a soccer & fitness enthusiast and an innovator at heart. I previously worked in the nonprofit sector for 13+ years in program and community development, outreach, and fundraising primarily in the greater New York City area. In addition to my professional experiences, I also developed my leadership and management skills by earning a Master in Public Administration degree at NYU Wagner where I specialized in Social Innovation & Impact Investing and learned how to tackle complex social issues in an effective way. I am also trained in Confidence Coaching, Transformational Psychology, Cognitive Behavior, and Youth Engagement.