Our stage is set, WeGo!

Strong, independent female leaders

501(c)(3) founded by Kylee Hamamoto '24


Empowering is what we do.

Building a community of

women supporting women.

Our Story

Every time I needed an escape from reality or to get my mind off something, my dad would take me cruising in our car. On these drives, there wasn’t much talking, but an awkward silence never lingered in the car and my frustrations and sadness would ease.

          “We go,” he would say.

These simple words offered me his support and love, gave me confidence and assured me that everything would be alright.

I want girls everywhere to experience the same support and love when they hear the words, “we go.” 

We exist to create opportunities for girls everywhere to use our network to tell each other stories, empower one another and work together. We believe by bonding together and working through our common struggles, we can build each other up and break through glass ceilings,


Kylee Hamamoto


Surfers on the Beach

Our mission

WeGo!'s mission is to foster strong and independent female leaders.


We believe that every girl has undeniable potential to become a strong leader for positive change, and not in some cliche and ubiquitous way. Therefore, we want to give girls everywhere access to an innovative and supportive space like the one we've create with WeGo! 


How it works


Become a member!

Or not. There's no obligation in being a member, but if you sign up to be one, you'll be the first to know about events, opportunities, and more!

Get involved!

We want to get to know you! Once you're signed up, we'll add you to our mailing list and there, tell us about your interests and more!

One step further... Join our team!

Want to become a WeGo! leader? Create events? Start your own cohort or WeGo! club at your school? Let us know and join our team!

Who We Are

About WeGo!

We're a non-profit for girls, by girls. We offer a space where we can build meaningful connections and empower one another to overcome common struggles that comes with being a woman. 

"In the meetings I attended, we had lots of time to ask questions and I liked asking about life advice. I also liked the self introduction the speakers gave in each meeting. For example, them taking about college or a life changing career moment!"

- Joanna Sato '25

What we do

Our Projects

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