Symonia Montgomery

(Last Updated On: June 2, 2021)
Symonia Montgomery, the creator of the Girl, Me Too movement, founded National Girl, Me Too Day to encourage women to support each other and first celebrated the day on April 7, 2017.

The Registrar at National Day Calendar® proclaimed National Girl, Me Too Day to be observed annually beginning in 2018.


GIRL, ME TOO! was established to promote the healing, empowerment, and education of women and young ladies while encouraging healthy relationships amongst all women. GIRL, ME TOO was developed during the personal struggle of two women looking at life through each other’s eyes. This experience sparked a movement seeking to change the way we, as a female gender, respond to certain situations as well as how we interact with one another. 

We are dedicated to helping our sisters heal from the pain of the past while providing the tools needed to empower the future. Poetry has been a mighty vessel in our growth. It allows women from all walks of life to come together. They join in the arts, mentoring, public speaking, and education to give a voice to our situations. Each time you hear Girl, Me Too, you know you are not alone. Remember, “Divided we stand strong because we have no choice, but standing together, we have the power to change the world.”

Our Mission

The mission of GIRL, ME TOO! ™ is to achieve relationship stability amongst all women, by offering a gateway to heal from past pains, hurts, and fears. Our healing will help provide the tools needed to view life through the other person’s eyes, which can bring forth understanding instead of judgment. This awareness will birth to empowerment and unity across a nation. GIRL, ME TOO! ™ is dedicated to being the change we want to see through education, philanthropy, volunteerism, and sustainability. Say it with me “I’m designed for greatness” GIRL, ME TOO! ™ You can check out our website at

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