Girls Rock Camp Alliance


Have you ever wanted to become more involved in the GRCA movement? The Nominations Committee is excited to let you know that Board Nominations are now open for 2018.

The GRCA seeks new Board members to help shepherd the organization to the next chapter in its growth. Candidates should have experience with girls rock camp programs, passion for the GRCA’s mission, and an interest in shaping its future. Nominees do not need to be affiliated with a member camp.

The GRCA strives to elevate and amplify the voices of those directly affected by oppressive structures, and encourages nominees who identify as members of communities that have been historically underrepresented in decision-making bodies, or whose power has been removed through colonization, to apply for the Board of Directors – this includes (but is not limited to) trans people, people who experience racial discrimination, indigenous people, differently abled/disabled people, poor/working class people.

  • The GRCA Board meets monthly online (most often via Google Video Chat), in addition to meeting twice annually in-person (one mid-term board retreat and meetings before and after the annual conference). If needed, financial assistance is available to cover travel for Board members to attend the in-person meetings.
  • Board meetings are currently conducted in English.
  • Members serve two-year terms, with no more than 3 consecutive terms.

Interested? Check out the 2018 GRCA Board Prospectus to find out more details.

Nominations are due March 10th, after which the Nominations Committee will form a slate that will be presented at the Annual Member Meeting during the 2018 GRCA Conference. In forming the slate, the Nominations Committee considers the following factors in camp representation: camp location (rural/urban, as well as regional/continental diversity), camp age (start-up camps as well as more established camps), language (camps that use English as primary language and camps with other languages as first language), and more.

Questions? The GRCA Nominations Committee is here to help (find out more about us below!). Email us at:


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Elle started at Girls Rock as a band manager 2 years ago, and from there graduated into leadership in order to help design and implement their Jr. Counselor program. She also works as a social media strategist for a variety of non-profits, and gets her fix of Denver’s live music scene any spare moment she finds.


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Emmet has been involved with Rock Camps and GRCA for over 10 years, in a variety of roles (staff, volunteer, board member, etc). Emmet works as a freelance chef and caterer in the Hudson Valley & New York City. Having achieved his life goals of a chest freezer and free-standing house to live in, Emmet has now only has one goal left: complete & total overthrow of the US government. Let’s do it!


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Kristine has been active in Popkollo Botkyrka (near Stockholm, Sweden) since 2014 and is studying classical voice. She is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area but moved back to the Motherland in 2012 and is so grateful to have found the Girls Rock Camp Alliance community!


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Kaci fell in love with the Girls Rock movement in 2007 when she volunteered at Willie Mae’s Rock Camp for Girls. Later she founded Girls Rock! Rochester (GR!R) in her hometown in 2011. In addition to being the Program Director at GR!R, Kaci volunteers for Girls Rock Camp Toronto. Outside of rock camp land, Kaci teaches English as a New Language, plays drums in Richard Snare and is an INFJ.


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Beth recently transplanted to Philly from Columbia, SC. Beth helped found Girls Rock Columbia! in 2013 and worked as organizer, instrument instructor, band coach, and board member. Having overhauled her life, from hairdresser to software engineer, Beth is settling into a new place to belong. They are ridiculously excited about karaoke, dancing and discovering ways to use their body as a tiny and mighty revolution.


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Mokah-Jasmine Johnson is a notable educator, activist, hip hop advocate and entrepreneur. Joined Girls Rock Athens 2017. Mokah is currently the President and co-founder of Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement a grassroots organization that aims to combat discrimination through education and activism. She is also the VP and co-owner of “United Group of Artists” (UGA Live) a grassroots marketing consulting and event production company; and the Hip Hop Director for Girls Rock Athens.