About Us

Girls To The Moon is a Nashville-based social enterprise company that brings together inspirational leaders, creative events, and impactful content to guide girls to become their best selves, impact their communities, and create a more inclusive culture. We surround tween and teen girls with truth and education on topics ranging from healthy relationships and sex to creative writing and coding.

We are a community where smart, confident girls can connect, and a catalyst for the conversations that matter between girls and their caregivers.

We love seeing the reach GTTM events have and are honored to be featured on news sites and blogs. READ STORIES.

OUR VALUES

INCLUSIVITY: We seek out diversity and welcome all

RESPECT: We know our worth and speak positively about ourselves and others

EMPATHY: We challenge ourselves to see things from others’ point of view

FEARLESSNESS: We encourage one another to take chances and healthy risks

TRUTH: We speak openly and honestly

Meet our Amazing Speakers

Meet the Women behind Girls to the Moon

Knight Stivender CEO

Knight ensures Girls To The Moon’s business goals are aligned with the company’s social vision. She was named 2016 Alumna of the Year for the University of Tennessee’s College of Communications and Innovator of the Year for the Gannett Company in 2015. She enjoys cycling and traveling with her 15-year-old daughter, Lily.

Courtenay Rogers COO

Courtenay is a professional operations manager with a passion for technology, marketing, her community and connecting others. She ran an inspiring campaign for the Tennessee state legislature in 2016. Courtenay also really likes cheeseburgers and is inspired daily by her daughter Clair to change the world.

Courtney Seiter CMO

Courtney is Director of People and Inclusion at the social media tools company Buffer, where her writing has been published in places like TIME, Fast Company, Lifehacker, Inc. and more. She’s worked in technology and news media. Courtney pets every dog she sees and tutors amazing kids at Fannie Battle Day Home in East Nashville.


Alison Groves, Operations Director

Alison Groves keeps us organized and communicating well. She leads our Girls To The Moon podcast, interviewing girls about being young in the world. In her day job, she helps thousands of users every day at Highrise.


Jennifer Stone, IT Manager

Jennifer Stone helps with customer communication and IT integrations for Girls To The Moon. She also helps solve lots of little problems and offers great ideas for keeping us streamlined and customer-focused.