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Notre équipe est peut-être petite, mais notre portée est grande. Le personnel de Girl Up est innovant, expérimenté et passionné. Nous sommes profondément engagés à travailler pour un monde où toutes les filles sont autonomes - et à nous amuser en le faisant.

Personnel

  1. Aditi Arora Représentante régionale pour l'Inde et l'Asie du Sud (plan du haut du corps)
    Aditi Arora

    Country Director for India

    Aditi leads the Girl Up India team and oversees program expansion and brand building.

    Aditi Arora (she/her) is a gender equality advocate residing in Delhi. Presently, she leads the Girl Up India team and oversees program expansion and brand building. She is passionate about issues related to women and girls’ leadership and health, specifically sexual reproductive health rights and justice. For her work, she was listed by Forbes Asia 30 under 30, class of 2022. Before joining Girl Up, Aditi grew her skills in program design and communications at various non-profits in India and Geneva. Aditi is also honing her public speaking skills and has spoken at various platforms on women and intersecting issues including mental health at YOUNGA 2021, Women In Dev Conference, London, Histocon, Berlin, etc. She is also a two-time TEDx speaker. In her free time, Aditi loves to dance, experiment with gluten-free food recipes and mindlessly scroll Instagram for dog videos.

  2. Ailén Remelsky

    Directeur national pour l'Argentine

    Ailén is focused on leading the efforts in Argentina to develop safe spaces for youth to connect, thrive, and become awesome advocates for gender justice.

    Ailén is an intersectional feminist from Buenos Aires who enjoys creating collaborative decolonial projects to promote and defend human rights. As Girl Up’s Country Manager for Argentina, she is focused on leading the efforts to develop safe spaces for youth to connect, thrive, and become awesome advocates for gender justice. Ailén obtained a Master’s degree in Human Rights, Culture, and Social Justice from Goldsmiths, greatly influencing her leadership journey. She served in several nonprofits implementing social justice initiatives, leading teams, and building partnerships with the private, public and social sectors. Ailén enjoys long philosophical discussions about life and art in all its forms. She is a great game organizer and adores super spicy food!

  3. Alejandra Ortiz Nino de Zepeda

    Consultant for Latin America and Chile

    Alejandra works on gender equality and international development policy projects at the global-Latin American level.

    Alejandra (she/her) is committed to girls and women's rights, passionate about engaging girls in new projects, watching them dream and grow. Working on gender equality and international development policy projects at the global-Latin American level for more than 20 years. She developed her career with FAO United Nations, World Food Program/DCID Duke, academia in Chile and Argentina; government in Chile and NGOs. Master in International Development Policy (Duke), Ph.D. studies in Women/Gender and Social Sciences, Bachelor in Journalism. More on a personal level she enjoys her daily walks with her furry Maltese friend “chispi”, meditating and running to grow her inner self and spending time with her two teen daughters. But most important she enjoys sharing her life experiences with younger generations as she did by teaching international students at the university level for 11 years.

  4. Alexa Zartman-Ball

    Associate, Youth Engagement

    Alexa oversees Girl Up's Teen Advisor Board and leads on Girl Up's Award and Scholarship programming.

    Alexa oversees Girl Up's Teen Advisor Board and Award and Scholarship Programming. Before Girl Up she grew her skills in girls' education and leadership in similar roles and brings her own Girl Up alumni experience to the team. In her free time, Alexa enjoys being home with her Flemish rabbit and trying all the new workout trends.

  5. Allie Adam

    Associate, Events

    At Girl Up, Allie plans the #GirlHero Awards and Leadership Summit by brainstorming speaker asks, venue locations, and so much more.

    Allie (she/her) is an event enthusiast who loves bringing people together through new and exciting ways! Presently, she is the Events Associate and helps plan the #GirlHero Awards and Leadership Summit by brainstorming speaker asks, venue locations, and so much more. Before joining Girl Up, she grew her skills in communications and event planning at various nonprofits in the health policy world and even helping advocate for various bills in Massachusetts, USA. In her free time, Allie enjoys finding new spots around Washington, DC with her friends and facetimeing her nephew!

  6. Anna West

    Associate, Community & Impact

    At Girl Up, Anna works on growing and strengthening Girl Up's global community through metrics and evaluation, data collection, and analysis.

    Anna West (she/elle) is a data nerd who combines her passion for analytics with her passions for gender equity, storytelling, languages, and girls' empowerment work. At Girl Up, Anna works on growing and strengthening Girl Up's global community through metrics and evaluation, data collection, and analysis. Before joining Girl Up, Anna worked in marketing analytics for a women's health company, admissions for a women's college, and as a domestic violence counselor. In her free time, Anna likes exploring Philadelphia's food and museum scenes. You'll find her at the local farmer's market and parks on the weekend!

  7. Bailey Leuschen, directrice des programmes et de l'impact, tient un micro et porte son T-shirt et son sourire de fille sur le siège.
    Bailey Leuschen

    Director, Partnerships & Strategic Initiatives

    Bailey's mission is to accelerate social change & gender equity worldwide. How? By utilizing feminist values, smart data, investing in civil society, and mutually beneficial partnership with the private sector, foundations and government.

    Bailey's (she/her) mission is to accelerate social change & gender equity worldwide. How? By utilizing feminist values, smart data, investing in civil society, and mutually beneficial partnership with the private sector, foundations and government.

    By passion and profession, Bailey is a leader, a creator, and a change agent, launching new programs and partnerships while stewarding existing ones. Bailey strives to build a more inclusive, equitable, and peaceful world at local to global levels.

    Bailey blends energy, creativity, and attention to detail with 15 years of experience, six of which are in senior management roles. Her work has spanned 30 countries across the Americas, Europe, MENA, Sub-Saharan Africa, and South Asia, and she has direct experience living on four continents. Her thematic specialties are in global civil society, gender, youth leadership, social and economic skills development for women, and strengthening democratic governance. Bailey is fluent in Spanish and English.

    Bailey earned her Bachelors degree from the University of Richmond and her Masters degree from the London School of Economics. Outside of Girl Up, you can find Bailey dancing her way through life, enjoying quality time with friends and family.

  8. Carol Cropp, spécialiste de l'avancement, photo d'identité du personnel
    Carol Cropp

    Director, Global Partnerships

    Serving as the Deputy Director of Development, Carol works with Girl Up’s strategic corporate and visionary funding partners.

    Carol (she/her) is a marketing executive, entrepreneur, and non-profit fundraiser who helps organizations navigate change and increase impact. She started her career in media sales then went on to co-found three marketing services companies working with international brands. She currently serves as the Deputy Director of Development at Girl Up. In this role she works with Girl Up’s strategic corporate and visionary funding partners. Carol also serves as a Congressional District Leader (MD-08) for the ONE Campaign to end extreme poverty and preventable diseases. When she’s not trying to tackle the world’s greatest challenges and drive toward obtaining the SDGs, Carol loves the outdoors, skiing, and kayaking. An avid learner, she usually has an audio book in her earbuds while she’s hiking and traveling.

  9. Caroline Mashni

    Directeur, DĂ©veloppement

    Caroline is a development and fundraising guru based in Brooklyn, New York. In her role, she builds meaningful and impactful partnerships with Girl Up's corporate partners.

    Caroline (she/her) is a development and fundraising guru based in Brooklyn, New York, with a passion for creating social impact by bridging the gap between the nonprofit and private sectors. In her role, she builds meaningful and impactful partnerships with Girl Up's corporate partners. Caroline previously worked in fundraising at Girls Inc., and as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic, collaborating with the Ministry of Women to implement more gender-equitable practices in schools. In her free time, she enjoys being outside, studying Arabic, crushing Orangetheory workouts, and exploring everything NYC has to offer.

  10. Erinn Heffes
    Erinn Heffes

    Associate, Global Operations

    Erinn assists in handling operational processes across Girl Up's global teams.

    Erinn is the Associate for the Global Operations Team at Girl Up. Prior to Girl Up she was Campaign Coordinator for the Shot@Life team also at the UN Foundation. A “Jack of all trades”, handling operational process, assisting in planning the Leadership Summit, fundraising efforts and more. Before the UN Foundation, she taught dancing and provided creative spaces for young girls in her home country Jamaica. She is excited to be a part of the Girl Up team and to be a part of a community that bridges her personal and professional passions. She loves dancing, yoga and surfing!

  11. Halle Bradshaw
    Halle Bradshaw

    Associate, Learning and Training

    Halle (she/her) supports curriculum and learning support for Girl Up's STEM for Social Good and Sports for a Purpose programs. She is a passionate youth advocate with an interest in climate justice.

    Halle is an intersectional feminist and climate activist. After receiving her master's degree in climate policy from Emory University, she worked on environmental justice issues at both the international and community levels. She strongly believes girls and young people are powerful agents of change and so is thrilled to be a part of the Girl Up team, supporting the STEM for Social Good and Sports for a Purpose programs. Outside of work, she loves reading at the park and taking too many pictures

  12. Hallie Hudson

    Senior Director, Global Philanthropy

    Hallie oversees Girl Up’s global fundraising strategy, ensuring we remain financially sustainable and grow in line with the expanding needs of our changemakers across the globe.

    When she’s not fighting for gender juice alongside her team of fearless fundraisers, Hallie enjoys thrifting for all things mid-century modern and creating culinary masterpieces in the kitchen at her home in Baltimore which she shares with her partner and her sidekick, Franklin the tri-color corgi. Looking for a recipe for a tomato galette or a recommendation of where to find maximalist wallpaper or fabric? Hallie is your gal.

  13. Hanna Nussair

    Senior Associate, Comms & Digital Engagement

    Hanna manages Girl Up's digital media & engagement strategy and works across teams to amplify youth-centered content externally.

    Hanna Nussair (she/her) is a gender justice advocate and storyteller with a passion for uplifting the lived experiences of women, girls and gender-diverse people across the globe. She has been involved in grassroots activism since she was in high school and loves to engage with young activists to support and amplify their work. Currently, she supports Girl Up's digital media and engagement strategy to better engage our audiences–whether it be youth leaders, alumni, supporters or partners. Prior to Girl Up, Hanna worked at Data2X and Women for Women International where she supported advocacy efforts, multi-platform content creation and digital communications strategy. When she isn't fighting against gender inequality, you can find Hanna exploring art museums, tending to her plant collection or burning through Taylor Swift's entire discography.

  14. Isabelle Orozco
    Isabelle Orozco

    Senior Associate, Community Engagement

    Within Girl Up, Isabelle works closely with the clubs in the community, as she welcomes new club leaders and guides them through the process of starting their clubs and setting up shop.

    Isabelle (she/ella) is a creator and a change agent, whose passion is centered around empowering girls through leadership and advocacy. Through professional experiences, volunteering, and fellowship opportunities she’s launched new programs and stewards existing ones. Within Girl Up, Isabelle works closely with the clubs in the community, as she welcomes new club leaders and guides them through the process of starting their clubs and setting up shop! Before joining Girl Up, she developed her passion and skills around SRHRJ, mental health, and GBV in youth. In her spare time, she enjoys writing for her blog, photography, reading fiction and memoirs, and dog walks!

  15. Jessica Giusti, PhD

    Directeur, Communications et médias numériques

    Jess leads Girl Up’s Communications team and oversees our digital, media relations, and email marketing strategies.

    Jessica Giusti (she/her) is a communications maven with a knack for building bold digital campaigns, developing content that motivates others to action, and elevating collaborative, girl-centered storytelling. Jess leads Girl Up’s Communications team and oversees our digital, media relations, and email marketing strategies. Before joining Girl Up, she grew her skills in communications and fundraising at various nonprofits in the reproductive health, rights, and justice movement and after receiving her doctorate, even taught at the university level for a bit. In her free time, Jess enjoys heading to the Catskills with friends for summer getaways and trying all of Philly’s best water ice spots. Jess calls the City of Brotherly Love her home and shares her little corner of Philadelphia, PA, USA with her partner, cat, and dog.

  16. Jessica Langer

    Directeur principal, dons individuels

    She leads Girl Up’s Individual Giving program, connecting with individuals globally and helping them to create the change they want to see in the world by building girl leaders and establishing gender justice through philanthropy.

    Jessica (she/her) has a decade of experience in fundraising and communications in the nonprofit sector, having worked in public health in East Tennessee, girls’ leadership in NYC, homelessness in Boston, and civil rights in D.C. She currently leads Girl Up’s Individual Giving program, connecting with individuals globally and helping them to create the change they want to see in the world by building girl leaders and establishing gender justice through philanthropy. Jess lives in Knoxville, TN with her husband, daughter Emerson, and dogs London and Scout. She loves to travel, and has spent time in 20 countries and 30 U.S. states!

  17. Julie Willig

    Chief Operating Officer

    As COO, Julie oversees Girl Up’s global operations and is leading efforts to better support our growing global network.

    Julie (she/her) is a Girl Up OG, having been part of the team that launched Girl Up in 2010. Currently as COO, Julie helps lead Girl Up’s organizational strategy and oversees the operations of its global headquarters and growth of its affiliate network. Having the chance to meet Girl Up members from around the world have been the privilege of a lifetime for Julie; in fact, she’s been able to meet leaders from across six continents in her years with Girl Up. In her free time, Julie loves to garden, play softball, and go on walks in the neighborhood with her family and two dogs.

  18. Karina Jougla

    Senior Manager, Global Operations

    Karina is a Paris-based member of Girl Up’s Global Operations team. She coordinates GU’s regional and affiliate network in addition to serving the Europe and North America region.

    Karina (she/her) is a Paris-based member of Girl Up’s Global Operations team. She coordinates GU’s regional and affiliate network in addition to serving the Europe and North America region. Originally from California, Karina was part of the first class of Girl Up Teen Advisors. Before returning to Girl Up as a staff member, Karina worked for several humanitarian and gender equality organizations. She has a Bachelors in Comparative Literature from Columbia and a Master of Public Affairs from Sciences Po Paris. Karina never passes up an opportunity to go swimming, hiking, or to the movies.

  19. Karina Sharma

    Associé principal, Communications et médias numériques

    Karina manages Girl Up's digital and social media platforms and works across teams to amplify youth-centered content externally, including on Girl Up VOICES.

    Karina (she/her/hers) is a multimedia storyteller based between Maryland & Dubai with years of media & communications experience from around the world. Equipped with a passion for social action and a love of untold stories, she is always on the lookout for ways to break down barriers, build unity in diversity, and inspire positive change through the written word. At Girl Up, Karina manages the organization's digital and social media platforms and works across teams to amplify youth-centered content externally, including on Girl Up Voices. Before joining the Girl Up team, Karina was a writer for Vogue Arabia where she published over 300 pieces about powerful women in the Middle East and the progress of gender justice in the region. When she's not binge-buying books or belting out Bollywood tunes, Karina can be found attending every midnight premiere of the MCU and (trying) to build a better world as a mentor with the Junior Youth Spiritual Empowerment Program.

  20. Keila Escobedo

    Senior Associate, Training & Learning

    Keila Escobedo leads curriculum and learning support for the Girl Up Leadership Course and Summits, as well as developing the issue areas of Gender-Based Violence and Sexual & Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice.

    Keila Escobedo (she/her) is the Senior Associate of Training & Learning for Girl Up, United Nations Foundation. She leads curriculum and learning support for the Girl Up Leadership Course and Summits, as well as developing the issue areas of Gender-Based Violence and Sexual & Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice. She holds a BA in Sociology and an MA in Adult & Community Education. Having worked in the fields of sexual violence prevention, early care and education, as well as the child welfare system, her passion is facilitating social justice-oriented transformative learning experiences from a systems-level, strengths-based approach. Based in Los Angeles, CA, Keila enjoys traveling, watching anything sci-fi, and spending time with family, friends, and her senior Staffordshire bull terrier.

  21. Leticia Bahia, représentante régionale pour le Brésil, vue de près.
    Leticia Bahia

    Directrice exécutive, Girl Up Brasil

    Under Leticia's leadership, Girl Up Brazil achieved solid recognition, participating girls in political processes and consolidating a strong community of powerful girl leaders.

    Leticia (she/her) has been working with gender and youth for over a decade. Graduated in Psychology, she is co-founder of Brazil's first feminist magazine. In early 2018, LetĂ­cia accepted the challenge of bringing Girl Up to Brazil. Under her leadership, the organization achieved solid recognition, participating girls in political processes and consolidating a strong community of powerful girl leaders. Leticia loves gardening and lives in SĂŁo Paulo, Brazil, with her husband, daughter, two cats and two dogs.

  22. Maren Roberts
    Maren Roberts

    Manager of Global Operations

    Maren leads on managing & supporting our growing global network.

    Maren Roberts (she/her) currently serves as Manager of Global Operations for Girl Up, supporting the strengthening of our global network. Maren is passionate about equipping youth globally with leadership skills to advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. As a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Maren studied Feminist Studies and Professional Writing: Civic Engagement. In her free time, Maren enjoys traveling and exploring the outdoors hiking, running and swimming with her border collie.

  23. Megan Masterson

    Manager, Alumni

    At Girl Up, Megan leads on building out our alumni engagement programming.

    Megan (she/her) combines alumni engagement experience and a passion for social change as the Manager of Alumni at Girl Up. Prior to working at Girl Up, Megan worked in both the nonprofit and higher education sectors as a fundraiser, communicator, and program builder. She holds an undergraduate degree in international relations and a master’s degree in public policy. When she’s not working, she is busy climbing, biking, hiking or doing anything outdoors and is currently seeking digital nomad travel tips.

  24. Megan Miller

    Partnerships & Communications Associate

    On the Girl Up Development team, Megan helps manage partnerships, oversees partner deliverables, and prospects organizations that align with Girl Up’s mission.

    Megan (she/her) is a passionate gender justice advocate working on Girl Up’s Development team. Megan found her fundraising niche when she started a Girl Up club on her campus and held various fundraising events for gender justice initiatives in the community. Presently, Megan is the Partnerships and Communications Associate on the Girl Up Development team where she helps manage partnerships, oversees partner deliverables, and prospects organizations that align with Girl Up’s mission. Prior to her role at Girl Up, Megan worked at various nonprofits where she developed grant writing, programming, and communications skills. Additionally, she interned in the United States Senate where her portfolio was foreign policy. In her free time, Megan loves to go on walks around Washington DC with her friends, try new restaurants, and visit with her family.

  25. Melissa Kilby

    Chief Executive Officer

    Under Melissa's leadership, Girl Up helps girls access their inner power to advance girls’ skills, rights, and opportunities, transforming girls by exposing them to new possibilities, increasing their sense of confidence and positioning them to be changemakers in their communities.

    Melissa Kilby is the head of Girl Up and a global thought leader on girls' leadership, youth activism and non-profit management.

    Girl Up, a global leadership development organization transforming a generation of girls to be a force for gender justice and social change, has grown exponentially since Kilby’s arrival in 2010. Under her leadership, the organization has developed 195,000 girl leaders in 152 countries and all 50 U.S. states, and has generated more than $37 million for girls’ leadership programs and impact partners at the United Nations. Melissa joined Girl Up in its first year and with her team has built the organization into the force that it is today.

    Prior to Girl Up, Melissa served as a National Director for OP3, where she helped raise an average of $45 million each season managing a nine-city, multi-day fundraising walk series benefiting the Avon Foundation for Women. Melissa holds a Bachelor of Journalism in Strategic Communication from University of Missouri – Columbia. In 2014, she was selected to participate in a highly competitive program for non-profit leaders through Harvard University’s Kennedy School. Melissa sits on the Steering Committee for Women in Dev and is the past Chair of Girls on the Run DC.

    Named one of Fortune Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2020, Melissa appears regularly in the media including MSNBC, Newsweek, Huffington Post and Harvard International Review. She has been quoted in numerous national and international press outlets, interviewed on various podcasts, and speaks regularly as an expert on leadership, youth activism and Gen Z girls. Recent speaking engagements include TEDxQuincy, Women in Dev, and UN Women’s International Women’s Day events.

  26. Musonda Chikwanda, représentant régional pour l'Afrique, prise de vue du haut du corps sur fond bleu.
    Musonda Chikwanda, MPH

    Senior Regional Manager for Africa

    Overseeing Sub-Saharan Africa, Musonda engages, educates, and trains adolescent girls to become global leaders who can speak confidently on behalf on themselves and their peers, to advance the rights of all girls.

    Musonda Chikwanda (she/her) is the Senior Regional Manager for Girl Up in Sub-Saharan Africa. She engages, educates, and trains adolescent girls to become global leaders who can speak confidently on behalf on themselves and their peers, to advance the rights of all girls in Sub-Saharan Africa and around the world. She is experienced in International and community youth development programs with a demonstrated history of working in the Non- Governmental Organizations. From a young age she has always advocated for access to education, adolescent sexual reproductive health, and Public Health community-based programs and research.

  27. My Lo Cook

    Chief Program Officer

    As CPO, My focuses on Girl Up global programs and engagement, overseeing global impact programming, policy initiatives, strategic partnerships, and communications.

    My (pronounced Mee) Lo Cook (pronouns she/her/hers) is a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a wife, and a mother. As Chief Program Officer at Girl Up, My focuses on Girl Up global programs and engagement and oversees Girl Up’s global impact programming, policy initiatives, strategic partnerships, and communications. She brings two decades of experience working around the world with diverse stakeholders across disciplines and sectors, with institutions like Shadhika where she recently served as Executive Director, The Center for Victims of Torture, Human Rights Watch, and Polaris to address the world’s most pressing and complex issues, ranging from gender justice in India to torture rehabilitation to refugee protection and human trafficking. She emphasizes grassroots leadership development and systems thinking to design capacity building programs and human systems that lifts up indigenous innovation, leverages existing government infrastructure, and engages the private sector. She has extensive experience living and working internationally, including across Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia to create and support local solutions. She has a proven track record of building coalitions to catalyze social movement and to create systemic change, including cultivating like-minded funders to support long-term strategies and objectives. She currently lives in Colorado, USA and enjoys the outdoors with her young family.

  28. Neecia Shaw

    Associate Director, Events

    Neecia leads Girl Up’s premiere events including the annual Girl Up Global Leadership Summit that sees our global community come together to share knowledge and collaborate on the issues they care most about.

    Neecia (she/her) is an event professional with more than 10 years spent bringing together diverse groups to learn, connect, and enjoy unique event experiences. She leads Girl Up’s premiere events including the annual Girl Up Global Leadership Summit that sees our global community come together to share knowledge and collaborate on the issues they care most about. Prior to joining Girl Up, she worked for the United Nations Foundation’s core global events team organizing conferences and other events in the US and around the world. Neecia studied Art History at Williams College in Massachusetts and continues her love of art through a personal passion for interior design, drawing, and painting. Neecia lives in Seattle, Washington where she enjoys spending time with family and taking advantage of the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

  29. Nursena Caksen

    Associate Graphic Designer

    Nursena manages the production of all Girl Up's print and digital assets and designs brand materials.

    Nursena (she/her) is a creative design professional passionate about stunning design and visual storytelling for creating a better world. With experience working in global advocacy and communications, she believes in the power of design to take social impact work to the next level. As the Associate Graphic Designer at Girl Up, she manages the production of all print and digital assets and designs brand materials. Her love of art and travel has taken her to many different countries worldwide, where she enjoys learning about new cultures, going to museums, and experiencing new foods. Nursena holds a Certificate in Human Rights from the University of Pennsylvania and currently lives in Washington, DC, where she is pursuing a master’s degree at Georgetown University.

  30. PatrĂ­cia Imada

    Senior Manager, Global Operations

    Patrícia integrates the Global Operations Management team, supporting the strengthening of Girl Up’s localized impact on a global scale.

    Patrícia (she/ela) integrates the Global Operations Management team, supporting the strengthening of Girl Up’s localized impact on a global scale. Throughout experiences in Brazil, Thailand, Peru, and the U.S., she learned a lot about social inequalities, systemic oppression, and the intersections between gender, race, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic class, as well as about herself and her journey as a woman, Latin American, Japanese descendant, and decolonial feminist. With studies in Gender Studies, Social Innovation Management, and International Relations, she served in several social impact projects in the social business, nonprofit, and public sectors. A former Girl Scout, Patrícia continuously seeks the best ways to create a positive, sustainable, and holistic impact through her actions.

  31. Priestley Johnson

    Director, Girl Up USA

    As Director of Girl Up USA, Priestley champions the development of transformative leaders across the country to advance gender justice & promote more opportunities for youth nationwide.

    As the new Girl Up USA Director, passionate women and girls advocate, Priestley M. Johnson (she/hers/her) believes every girl deserves access to education, equal opportunities, and the freedom to pursue their dreams without fear or discrimination. Johnson was most recently the National Director of Partnerships for Michelle Obama's voting initiative When We All Vote and had previous experience as the International Women's Forum, the Obama White House Council on Women and Girls, U.S. House of Representatives, and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. Hailing from Hartford, CT, Priestley graduated from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She enjoys eating gooood food, volleyball, dancing and the beach.

  32. Sha Ni Wang

    Associate, Digital Development

    Sha Ni supports various pieces of individual/digital fundraising & facilitates funding agreements and due diligence processes.

    With a passion for the nonprofit sector and a strong commitment to gender equity and youth development, Sha Ni (she/her) currently supports various pieces of individual/digital fundraising & facilitates funding agreements and due diligence processes. Before joining Girl Up, she grew her skills in operations, fundraising, and special events at various nonprofits. In her free time, Sha Ni enjoys live music, stand-up comedy, traveling, cooking, singing, and exploring all that NYC has to offer.

  33. Youmna El Khattam

    Regional Manager for Middle East & North Africa

    Youmna works on developing Girl Up’s strategic approach to program delivery and engagement in the Middle East & North Africa region, building on the existing grassroots network of Girl Up Clubs and youth leaders throughout MENA.

    Youmna El Khattam is a development practitioner with more than 15 years of experience. Her main focus is resource mobilization and program management in gender justice, youth empowerment and social innovation with public, private, and civil society actors. She has worked extensively in the Middle East and North Africa region, with a focus on Egypt and Tunisia. For the past six years, Youmna worked for Oxfam, where she designed and implemented programs and projects that promote gender and economic justice. She believes in social justice for all and strives for equal political powers in a turbulent yet extremely exciting region. With a deep understanding of the complex socio-political dynamics in the region, she has dedicated her career to empowering marginalized groups, particularly youth and women and is a strong advocate against systematic gender-based violence. She loves to read and travel to off-the-track destinations, immersing herself in different cultures, food and conversations. She is an avid cinephile and enjoys exploring the intersection of film and social change.

Conseillers actuels pour les adolescents

Chez Girl Up, les conseillères adolescentes dirigent le mouvement "par les filles, pour les filles" de Girl Up, en réalisant les objectifs de plaidoyer, en fournissant un retour d'information sur notre stratégie et en incitant les autres à agir pour les filles du monde entier.

Conseillers

  1. Aasha Khan

    Waterloo, Canada

    Aasha Khan, a grade 10 pre-IB student from Waterloo, Canada, is a passionate activist, social entrepreneur, and dynamic public speaker focused on wome...

    Aasha Khan, a grade 10 pre-IB student from Waterloo, Canada, is a passionate activist, social entrepreneur, and dynamic public speaker focused on women’s empowerment and inspiring youth to engage with their community. At the age of thirteen Aasha started a small business selling women’s empowerment calendars designed by herself to raise over $1500 for Girl Up. Through social media, Aasha connected with women-led businesses to promote their products and raise awareness about women’s empowerment. Aasha is also a TEDxYouth speaker. Her talk on how to have a constructive conversation emphasizes looking past our own biases, in order to understand different perspectives and find effective solutions for global issues. She hopes to continue using her voice to better advocate for women’s empowerment and social justice. Her time spent with ChangerMaker Labs at the University of Waterloo, provided Aasha with excellent experience in collaborating with others to innovate solutions for community organizations. As a Girl Up Teen Advisor, she looks forward to having the opportunity to help other young girls overcome the discrimination and inequality they face as women. Aasha is determined that together we can find our passion to build a brighter future.

  2. Angela Yang

    California, USA

    Since starting her GirlUp journey three years ago, Angela Yang’s advocacy and public service efforts center around the STEM gender gap and LGBTQIA+ ...

    Since starting her GirlUp journey three years ago, Angela Yang’s advocacy and public service efforts center around the STEM gender gap and LGBTQIA+ rights. In her Los Angeles community, she has hosted a STEM To Solve summer camp with funding from the GirlUp STEM Project Award, held all-girl robotics lessons at nearby nonprofit facilities, and is collaborating with her fellow regional leaders. On a nationwide scale, Angela served as the 2023 GirlUp USA Summit emcee and an INSPIRE Session leader. Beyond the US, last fall, she was thrilled to speak to 100+ participants in the global GirlUp STEM Innovation Lab about her efforts starting the first all-girl hackathon in her area. Angela has also collaborated and connected with girls from Russia, Nigeria, and Colombia for an international gender equity forum, menstrual equity talk, fundraising efforts, and more. In college, Angela aspires to weave together her interests in computer science and political science as she continues applying empathetic mentorship and confident youth leadership to amplify GirlUp’s mission wherever she goes. In her free time, she loves binging mystery-comedy shows, jamming out to 90s rap, and making memories with her family!

  3. Anya Govil

    Ohio, USA

    Anya Govil is a rising senior at Indian Hill High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is captain of the volleyball team, student body co-president, editor...

    Anya Govil is a rising senior at Indian Hill High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is captain of the volleyball team, student body co-president, editor-in-chief of the school newspaper, and a sprinter on the track team. Anya has been apart of Girl Up since 2017 by attending the leadership summits. Upon entering high school, she started a Girl Up club that focuses on combating gender inequality in education by teaching girls in her area how to code and fundraising for computers to give to underprivileged girls in her area. Anya is very excited to continue her Girl Up journey as a 2023-2024 teen advisor in hopes to educate herself further and impact more girls!

  4. Charlie Levy

    New York, USA

    Charlie Levy is a high school junior at Saint Ann’s in New York City. She is a dedicated dancer, passionate actress, and aspiring writer. As founder...

    Charlie Levy is a high school junior at Saint Ann’s in New York City. She is a dedicated dancer, passionate actress, and aspiring writer. As founder and president of Saint Ann’s Girl Up, Charlie is committed to advocating for reproductive rights and health, as well as combating gender-based sexual violence. She works as Director of Social Media for Befriended, an eating disorder support network, is a board member for PACT, a Jewish teen philanthropy organization, and tutors for ENGin, a foundation that teaches English to Ukrainian youth. Charlie is excited to not only strengthen her leadership and advocacy skills, but also to meet the enthusiastic group she will be working alongside while serving her term as a Girl Up teen advisor.

  5. Cynthia Medina

    Florida, USA

    Cynthia M. (she/her) is a current high school senior who describes herself as leader, Florida activist, and movement organizer. She has ample experien...

    Cynthia M. (she/her) is a current high school senior who describes herself as leader, Florida activist, and movement organizer. She has ample experience advocating as the Youth Action Organizer and Director of Communications for Women’s Voices of Southwest Florida, the Director of Manatee County for Florida Youth Association, and the Director of Florida at the Youth Legislative Action Committee. She has also activated change as a Girl Up Gender Based Violence Workshop Leader, Florida School Speaker, and LatinX Florida Youth Voice. She joins us as a Latina, first-generation American aiming to speak up for the underrepresented and committed to fighting for the basic rights for all humans.

  6. Emmanuela Kumi

    Royaume-Uni

    Emmanuela Kumi is a 15 year old student activist, particularly passionate about encouraging girls in STEM and gender-based violence from the United Ki...

    Emmanuela Kumi is a 15 year old student activist, particularly passionate about encouraging girls in STEM and gender-based violence from the United Kingdom. She was selected for a scholarship to The Knowledge Society’s 2022-23 Innovate programme, deepening her passion for emerging technology and equal access to education. Emmanuela is also part of her School Council and a Senior Prefect, running a campaign called Visible Voices which helps to amplify underrepresented voices in her community. She has been recognised with a Jack Petchey Award and strives to act as a voice empowering young girls like her to thrive and reach their full potential.

  7. Eylül Erçin

    Istanbul, TĂĽrkiye

    EylĂĽl is a teenage human rights advocate from Istanbul, TĂĽrkiye. Her work so far has been through her own non-profit organization, ranging from orga...

    EylĂĽl is a teenage human rights advocate from Istanbul, TĂĽrkiye. Her work so far has been through her own non-profit organization, ranging from organizing resume workshops for women who seek to gain financial independence to fundraising for the donation of thousands of female hygiene products. Committed to bringing about the change she has wished to see in the world ever since she was just a child, EylĂĽl strives to make an impact not only through activism but also through her work in computer science and the arts. Apart from activism, her time is largely devoted to conducting research projects for the good of humanity, writing and directing plays for the film and theater club she founded, and trying to get the most recent edition of the magazine Chai Monthly ready for publication in time.

  8. Gabriella Miranda

    Utah, USA

    Gabriella is a senior, student activist, and writer from Salt Lake City, Utah. She is passionate about all things having to do with reproductive justi...

    Gabriella is a senior, student activist, and writer from Salt Lake City, Utah. She is passionate about all things having to do with reproductive justice, racial equality, gender equity, and cultivating empowerment through education and intersectionality. Within her community, she works as an educator for Planned Parenthood as a member of their peer-led sex ed council, serves on the American Institute of Research's national "Youth Engaged 4 Change" editorial board creating content for other youth advocates, and founded her school's "Girls of Color" affinity group. She's worked for the Library of Congress, developing resources centered on activism for their youth-focused exhibits, as well as local non-profits focused on legislative activism. Gabriella adores writing, art history, and anything by Sally Rooney.

  9. Gloria Mariwa

    Kenya

    Gloria is an inquisitive young creator from Kenya. She is passionate about football (soccer), STEM and connects them by their lack of gender equity.

    Gloria is an inquisitive young creator from Kenya. She is passionate about football (soccer), STEM and connects them by their lack of gender equity.

  10. Isidora Santander Pizarro

    Viña del mar, Chile

    Hi my name is Isidora and I am 15 year old activist from Viña del mar, Chile. I thoroughly enjoy STEM, specifically neuroscience and AI. Despite bein...

    Hi my name is Isidora and I am 15 year old activist from Viña del mar, Chile. I thoroughly enjoy STEM, specifically neuroscience and AI. Despite being an overall scientific person, I enjoy reading and debating as well. Hence, I am keen on closing the gender gap in STEM and fighting for girl's education all around the world through public speaking and activism. That is why I founded my school's debating club and form part of the directory of an organization called AMUJI (association of women for ideas). Moreover, I have participated in MUN conferences, which rose my interest in cyber security rights and biases in AI. This endeavors, though seemingly different, share a common denominator - to build a community where every individual regardless of their background, can thrive on a level playing field. Empowering girls to be the leader they aspire to be

  11. Kelly Chaves

    Brasil

    Kelly Chaves is a 16-year-old student from Brazil. She is a passionate advocate for education, gender equality, child protection and women in STEM. Cu...

    Kelly Chaves is a 16-year-old student from Brazil. She is a passionate advocate for education, gender equality, child protection and women in STEM. Currently a rising high school sophomore, she is committed to her role as a class representative and firmly believes that education is the key to changing the world. Passionate about science, Kelly actively participates in scientific olympiads, where she has been recognized with awards and launched initiatives to promote girls' participation in science olympiads. As an education advocate, Kelly has been involved in various initiatives such as the Latin American Leadership Academy and UNICEF, firmly believing that empowering youth paves the way to a positive impact on society. Committed to global issues, Kelly is striving to contribute through her advocacy and passion to a more equitable and sustainable world. With a profound interest in medicine and politics, she intends to pursue either medicine or political science. Serving as a Teen Advisor for Girl Up, Kelly strives to be a voice empowering girls everywhere.

  12. Lilian Paredes

    PĂ©rou

    Lilian Paredes, 16 years old, is an outstanding Peruvian activist. Her passion leads her to actively dedicate herself to the promotion of gender equal...

    Lilian Paredes, 16 years old, is an outstanding Peruvian activist. Her passion leads her to actively dedicate herself to the promotion of gender equality, access to fundamental rights for children and adolescents, the fight for quality education, the dissemination and appreciation of Peruvian culture, and the creation of STEM opportunities for women. Her commitment is reflected in her collaboration with various organizations both nationally and internationally, including Quinta Ola, Save the Children and WHO Peru. Lilian has strengthened her background by participating in programs such as Girl Gov Peru 2020, Voces Activistas 2022, and Chamas en AcciĂłn 2022, among others. She also plays leadership roles in youth organizations in Peru, such as ConexEDU, Interact Pachacamac and Sonqo Activismo. Looking to the future, Lilian firmly intends to pursue a career in computer science. Through her tireless work, she seeks to foster positive change in her community and beyond, driving inclusion, equity and empowerment for women in all areas of society.

  13. Lilianne Asokwah

    Texas, USA

    Lilianne Asokwah is a 16-year-old writer and activist from Mansfield, Texas. Her passions lie in mitigating period poverty and ensuring every girl has...

    Lilianne Asokwah is a 16-year-old writer and activist from Mansfield, Texas. Her passions lie in mitigating period poverty and ensuring every girl has the right to an education. Lilianne founded and currently leads a Girl Up club at her school where she organizes annual menstrual products drive and works to engage her local community in intersectionality. Alongside Girl Up, Lilianne currently serves on her city's youth council and is affiliated with many youth-led nonprofits. As a first-generation Ghanaian-American, Lilianne cares deeply about geopolitics and hopes to pursue international human rights law at an NGO. In her free time, Lilianne enjoys binging reality tv-shows centered on love, ranging from Married At First Sight to the entirety of the 90 Day Fiance franchise and listening to Taylor Swift.

  14. Luna RamĂ­rez

    Bogotá, Colombia

    Luna Ramírez is a high school student and teen leader from Bogotá, Colombia. She is a passionate learner who aims at advancing sustainable practices...

    Luna Ramírez is a high school student and teen leader from Bogotá, Colombia. She is a passionate learner who aims at advancing sustainable practices through the connections between gender equality, climate justice and environmental sciences. She aspires to work in rural development, environmental conservation and target the climate crisis by supporting girls to have greater involvement in climate action. Pursuing a career in biological and environmental engineering with an emphasis on development studies, she is currently a Research Editor at Youth STEM Matters, an international youth-led scientific journal, and has participated in the International Junior Science Olympiad after being awarded Second Place at the Colombian National Science Olympiad. Through her work, she has developed initiatives to advance the outreach of Comprehensive Sexuality Education to vulnerable communities, promote environmental education and youth advocacy as an organiser of COPinBogotá and worked towards peacebuilding and female empowerment through STEM as an Operations Manager in ASOFI (Women's Association of Innovation for Rural Development).

  15. Lutfiya Inusah

    Ghana

    Hi! My name is Lutfiya and I am a 17 year old activist from Ghana. I am passionate about advocating for SRHRJ, Education, and Gender Based Violence an...

    Hi! My name is Lutfiya and I am a 17 year old activist from Ghana. I am passionate about advocating for SRHRJ, Education, and Gender Based Violence and heavily involved with volunteer initiatives in my community. I love music and am hoping to improve my critical thinking and problem solving skills during my time on the Teen Advisor Board.

  16. Nirvana Talukder

    Sydney, Australie

    Hi my name is Nirvana Talukder. I am a 16-year -old high school senior at Sydney Girls High School. I am a climate justice and gender equality advocat...

    Hi my name is Nirvana Talukder. I am a 16-year -old high school senior at Sydney Girls High School. I am a climate justice and gender equality advocate who's work primarily focuses on the intersection between the climate crisis and gender inequality. In 2022, I joined the Sydney and Australia (national) contingents of School Strike for Climate, the organisation behind the Fridays4Future movement. My work in advocating for a sustainable and equitable future extends through my participating in other climate committees such as AYCC. From here I have gone on to work with countless communities across the country to resolve issues surrounding climate justice, whilst working with grassroots organisations and communities by first nations and female activists to address key issues in the movement. From working with policymakers and government officials to students within the school community, to ensure the voices and concerns of youth are heard and addressed. Serving as the Public Speaking captain at my girls school, I value the importance of empowering and enabling young women to express themselves and create their own mark in the world, championing for gender equality and equal female representation in public speaking and leadership spheres. In late 2022, I launched my youth-powered organisation, Our People's Aid, a digital forum for storytelling that amplifies the narratives of women across the world.

  17. Pranavaa Giri

    Tamil Nadu, India

    Pranavaa Giri is a passionate 16-year-old Girl Up Club Leader and Teen Advisor from Tamil Nadu, India. Her Girl Up journey started in 2021 when she st...

    Pranavaa Giri is a passionate 16-year-old Girl Up Club Leader and Teen Advisor from Tamil Nadu, India. Her Girl Up journey started in 2021 when she started her own club to advocate positive social change in the small city she resides in. She is currently the School Pupil Leader of her school, president of Girl Up TIPSE, an avid MUNer and speaker. Pranavaa believes in the power of creating cohesive solutions to solve global problems through research and debate. She cares about issues of Violence against Women, Mental Health and Education. During her downtime, one will probably find her listening to music (particularly Taylor Swift) and writing poetry in her journal, which she will post on her personal blog later. Pranavaa hopes to continue making the world more inclusive and to empower girls all over the world, especially in developing countries.

  18. Saranya Singh

    California, USA

    Saranya Singh (she/her) is a rising senior at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California. Last year, she was the Girl Up Northern California ...

    Saranya Singh (she/her) is a rising senior at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California. Last year, she was the Girl Up Northern California Coalition leader and led 40+ clubs in the Bay Area, organized a coalition summit, and met with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Representative Mark DeSaulnier to advocate for the “Keeping Girls In School Act”. As a Black Belt in Taekwondo, she is passionate about self-defense and has hosted many self-defense workshops for young girls, including at the Girl Up 2020 Leadership Summit and at Girl Up Sports Bootcamps. Outside Girl Up, Saranya is an active LD debater. She is president of her school’s Speech and Debate Team, the national organization for gender minorities in debate (Women in debate), and the national organization for low-income and small school debaters (Peptalk). In her free time, Saranya likes to read and play with her pet cockatiel, Don.

  19. Saundarya Nair

    Uttar Pradesh, Inde

    Saundarya Nair is a Girl Up Leader from India, who is passionate about SRHRJ, gender based violence and women in sports amongst other issue areas. She...

    Saundarya Nair is a Girl Up Leader from India, who is passionate about SRHRJ, gender based violence and women in sports amongst other issue areas. She is an active part of multiple missions and projects based on climate action, menstrual hygiene, promoting gender-safe spaces, cultural awareness, and financial independence for rural women. She is also an enthusiastic public speaker, and has represented both Girl Up and Girl Up India in events ranging from The Pad Project's annual Bleed Green event to UNA-USA's InterGenerational MUN and YOUNGA's delegate training programmes. Her favourite Girl Up memories include interviewing WNBA star Candace Parker, leading an INSPIRE Session on intersectional feminist history at Girl Up's Global Leadership Summit, co-hosting a Summit workshop on the mental and reproductive health of female athletes, presenting at the inaugural Sports Innovation Lab, facilitating the GBV pilot programme and being a Teen Advisor in 2022-23 class.

  20. Shanum Sarkar

    Dhaka, Bangladesh

    Shanum Sarkar, is a student based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She is driven by social justice (but fueled by caffeine and raccoon memes :)). Dedicated to cr...

    Shanum Sarkar, is a student based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She is driven by social justice (but fueled by caffeine and raccoon memes :)). Dedicated to creating a safer environment for neurodivergent students, Shanum actively advocates for their rights. In her free time, she enjoys writing about pressing issues, delving into novels that have shaped feminism, and expressing creativity through painting.

  21. Tessa Kiyonaga

    Maryland, USA

    Tessa Kiyonaga is a passionate advocate for social justice, education equity, mental health and juvenile justice issues. She is a rising junior at Sto...

    Tessa Kiyonaga is a passionate advocate for social justice, education equity, mental health and juvenile justice issues. She is a rising junior at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bethesda, Maryland where she advocates to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health within the student-athlete community as a member of the Morgan’s Message club and, as a member of the Denim Ribbon Project, works to raise awareness about rare disease. Tessa has been selected to participate in the National Sacred Heart Network’s Juvenile Justice service program and to serve as a high school volunteer at Washington DC’s Children’s National Hospital Center. Since middle school, Tesaa has been a member of GirlsUP, Inc., a DC non-profit committed to inspiring a deep and authentic sense of self in young girls. Throughout her high school years, Tessa has been a vibrant member of the GIrlsUP Teen Advisory Board, where she has served as a co-leader of its Communication and Team-Building Committees. In her free time, Tessa loves to read, write, bake, go for walks, and play the piano.

  22. Tessa Michaelidis

    Washington DC, USA

    Tessa (she/her) is currently a junior in high school living in Washington D.C. I love listening to music (mostly Taylor Swift), talking with friends o...

    Tessa (she/her) is currently a junior in high school living in Washington D.C. I love listening to music (mostly Taylor Swift), talking with friends over coffee, and traveling. I also row crew for my school and for my local club team in D.C. I love making new friends, talking about important topics, and learning more about the world around me. I’m so excited for this coming year and to be a Girl Up Teen Advisor!!!

  23. Yehansa Dayarathna

    Dubai, UAE

    Yehansa Dayarathna is a sports and STEM enthusiast from the UAE. Yehansa has been a basketball player for over eight years, significantly shaping her ...

    Yehansa Dayarathna is a sports and STEM enthusiast from the UAE. Yehansa has been a basketball player for over eight years, significantly shaping her into who she is today. She believes that sports bring out the best in people and aims to inspire and empower girls worldwide to embrace sports and their many opportunities. She aspires to pursue a career in the healthcare and research field to help support women’s health and advocate to help overcome the underlying problems women face regarding their well-being, including mental health, period poverty, etc. Her love for the game and science led to many achievements, including being part of the NBA Basketball school in Dubai. In addition, she has won numerous awards for her achievements, which are, being on Live NBA TV and winning multiple international competitions ranging from olympiads to research programs! As a learning enthusiast, she believes knowledge is power and strives to help bridge the gap in STEM fields and establish gender equity. She has been involved with Girl Up for more than three years and founded the GirlUp@Dubai Scholars in her community. During the past two years, she has been allowed to grow her activism by participating in forums, podcasts, or meeting people worldwide. Yehansa is excited to continue her journey with Girl Up this coming year and hopes to have an impact on young girls like herself.

  24. Zoe Lenz

    Arizona, USA

    Zoe Lenz (she/they) is a student activist based in Arizona. All her life, she has been a feminist. Zoe works to make her school, state, and world safe...

    Zoe Lenz (she/they) is a student activist based in Arizona. All her life, she has been a feminist. Zoe works to make her school, state, and world safer for LGBT+ students. She is the president and founder of her school GSA and literary magazine, and the Vice President of the Herstory/Girl Up club. In her free time, she likes to read, write, act in local and school plays, and spend time with friends.

Alumni Teen Advisors

Chez Girl Up, les conseillères adolescentes dirigent le mouvement "par les filles, pour les filles" de Girl Up, en réalisant les objectifs de plaidoyer, en fournissant un retour d'information sur notre stratégie et en incitant les autres à agir pour les filles du monde entier.

Conseillers

  1. Angie Partida_La classe fondatrice de Teen Advisors (angle droit, mais l'image n'est pas claire) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue avec son visage souriant tourné vers le bas et tenant un stylo sur son cahier, et l'arrière-plan est un bureau.
    Angie Partida

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  2. Bridget Duru_ La classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo de face sous un angle rapproché, mais pas clair) une adolescente portant son t-shirt long bleu girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Bridget Duru

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  3. Darya Pishevar_La classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête sous un angle rapproché, mais pas très net) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant regardant un peu vers le bas face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Darya Pishevar

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  4. Erica Lamberson_La classe fondatrice des Conseillères pour adolescents (angle rapproché, mais photo non claire) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Erica Lamberson

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  5. Hadley Walsh_La classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête sous un angle rapproché, mais pas clair) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Hadley Walsh

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  6. Hannah Salwen_La classe fondatrice des Conseillères d'adolescents (angle fermé, mais photo non claire) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Hannah Salwen

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  7. Isabella Solimene, la classe fondatrice des Conseillères pour adolescents (photo de face, mais pas de photo nette) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Isabella Solimene

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  8. Itzel Delgado, coprésidente_Ville natale : New York, NY_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Itzel Delgado

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  9. Jenna Bailey, la classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête sous un angle rapproché, mais pas clair) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, sa chemise longue bleue girl up, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Jenna Bailey

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  10. Jillian Medina, la classe fondatrice des Conseillers pour les adolescents (angle rapproché, mais photo non claire) une adolescente portant son long T-shirt bleu girl up faisant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Jillian Medina

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  11. Karina Jougla_ Ville natale : Carpinteria, CA_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de Conseillers adolescents (angle rapproché, mais pas de photo nette) une adolescente portant son t-shirt long bleu girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et l'arrière-plan est le panneau girlup.org.
    Karina Jougla

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  12. Katherine Cochran La classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo rapprochée, mais pas claire) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Katherine Cochran

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  13. Lily Kaplan, la classe fondatrice des Conseillers pour l'enfance (angle rapproché, mais pas une photo claire) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Lily Kaplan

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  14. Mia Gutierrez, la classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo de face, mais pas de photo nette), une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à la caméra, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Mia Gutierrez

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  15. Olivia Layton, la classe fondatrice des Conseillères pour adolescents (photo de tête sous un angle rapproché, mais pas clair) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Olivia Layton

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  16. Shannon McNamara, la classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête sous un angle rapproché, mais pas clair) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org
    Shannon McNamara

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  17. Sydney Medina, la classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo rapprochée, mais pas claire) une adolescente portant sa chemise longue bleue girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sydney Medina

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2010-2011

  18. Aditi Pradhan Ville natale : San Jose, CA_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers adolescents (photo de tête en angle fermé, mais pas une photo nette) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche de hockey avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est blanc.
    Aditi Pradhan

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  19. Angelique Gaston Ville natale : Washington, D.C._Classe 2011-2012 La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Angélique Gaston

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  20. Annie Kiyonga Ville natale : Classe 2011-2012 La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Annie Kiyonga

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  21. Avery McCall Ville natale : Classe 2011-2012 La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Avery McCall

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  22. Charlotte May_ Ville natale : Bronxville, NY._Classe 2011-2012 La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Charlotte May

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  23. Eliora Katz Ville natale : Washington, D.C._Classe 2011-2012 La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en angle rapproché) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Eliora Katz

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  24. Itzel Delgado, coprésidente_Ville natale : New York, NY_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Itzel Delgado

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  25. Jillian Murray_Ville natale : Chevy Chase, MD_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Jillian Murray

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  26. Joi Collete Stevens_Ville natale : San Antonio, TX_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Joi Collete Stevens

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  27. Karina Jougla_ La classe fondatrice des conseillers pour adolescents (photo de face, mais pas de photo nette) une adolescente portant son t-shirt long bleu girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Karina Jougla

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  28. Lucy Lohrmann_Ville natale : Classe de Hasbrouck Heights, NJ_2011-2012 La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à la caméra, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Lucy Lohrmann

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  29. Priyanka Jain_Ville natale : Bellevue, WA_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, sur fond de panneau girlup.org.
    Priyanka Jain

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  30. Remy Arthur_Ville natale : Saratoga Springs, NY_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à la caméra, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Remy Arthur

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  31. Rocio Ortega_Ville natale : Los Angeles, CA_2011-2012 Classe La deuxième classe de conseillers pour adolescents (photo de tête en gros plan) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le panneau girlup.org.
    Rocio Ortega

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2011-2012

  32. Alexa Brewster_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Alexa Brewster

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  33. Annie Gersh 2011-2012 Class Teen Advisors (prise de vue rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Annie Gersh

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  34. Archana Somasegar_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Archana Somasegar

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  35. Delia Friel_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Delia Friel

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  36. Emily Harwell_2011-2012 Class Teen Advisors (prise de vue rapprochée) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Emily Harwell

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  37. Eva (YingYing) Shang_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le tableau girlup.org.
    Eva (YingYing) Shang

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  38. Ines Renique Ville natale : New York, NY_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Ines Renique

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  39. Martha Zuniga Ville natale : Chicago, IL_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Martha Zuniga

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  40. Meghan Murray, Ville natale : Chevy Chase, MD_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Meghan Murray

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  41. Munira Khalif, Ville natale : Fridley, MN_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Munira Khalif

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  42. Natasha Madorsky, Ville natale : Cleveland, OH_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Natasha Madorsky

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  43. Riya Singh_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Riya Singh

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  44. Sarah Gale Co-présidente 2013-2014 Conseillère des adolescents (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant son t-shirt blanc girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sarah Gale

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  45. Sofia Stafford Ville natale : New York, NY_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sofia Stafford

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  46. Sri Muppidi Ville natale : Pleasanton, CA_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sri Muppidi

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  47. Tanya Devani, Ville natale : Birmingham, AL_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Tanya Devani

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2012-2013

  48. Aklesiya Dejene_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Aklesiya Dejene

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  49. Alex Leone_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Alex Leone

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  50. Alexis Kallen_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (prise de vue rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Alexis Kallen

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  51. Amanda Hart_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Amanda Hart

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  52. Anna McGuire_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Anna McGuire

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  53. Carly Bandt_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Carly Bandt

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  54. Emma Knoll_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (prise de vue rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Emma Knoll

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  55. Giuliana Gabellini_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Giuliana Gabellini

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  56. Gloria Samen_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Gloria Samen

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  57. Julia Sumouske_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (prise de vue rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Julia Sumouske

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  58. Kaitlin Hung_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Kaitlin Hung

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  59. Kate McCollum_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Kate McCollum

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  60. Lindsay Schrier_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Lindsay Schrier

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  61. Mehar Gujral_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (prise de vue rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Mehar Gujral

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  62. Priscilla Guo_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Priscilla Guo

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  63. Raven Delk_2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Raven Delk

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  64. Riya Singh_2012-2013 Class Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et le fond est le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Riya Singh

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  65. Sarah Gordon_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à la caméra, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sarah Gordon

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  66. Valeria Hansen 2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Valeria Hansen

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2013-2014

  67. Alexandra Intriago_ Conseillère adolescente 2014-2015 (prise de vue rapprochée, photo un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Alexandra Intriago

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  68. Amy Gong Liu_ Conseillère adolescente 2014-2015 (photo rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, sur fond de conseil d'administration girlup.org.
    Amy Gong Liu

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  69. Anna McGuire_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Anna McGuire

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  70. Hayley Peacock_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (headshot en angle fermé) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Hayley Peacock

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  71. Ishana Nigam_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (prise de vue rapprochée de la tête) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, et l'arrière-plan est le tableau girlup.org.
    Ishana Nigam

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  72. Janet Diaz_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (headshot en angle fermé) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Janet Diaz

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  73. Janet Ho_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (headshot en angle fermé) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Janet Ho

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  74. Jessica Bishai_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Jessica Bishai

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  75. Kennede Reese_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (prise de vue rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, sur fond de panneau girlup.org.
    Kennede Reese

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  76. Morgan Wood_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Morgan Wood

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  77. Rebecca Ruvalcaba_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (headshot en angle fermé) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Rebecca Ruvalcaba

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  78. Ruhy Patel_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (headshot en angle fermé) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Ruhy Patel

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  79. Sarah Gordon 2013-2014 Teen Advisor (photo rapprochée, un peu floue) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sarah Gordon

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  80. Sarah Khimjee_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (headshot en angle fermé) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sarah Khimjee

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  81. Simone Cowan_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (prise de vue rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up, son visage souriant faisant face à l'appareil photo, avec en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Simone Cowan

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  82. Sydney Baumgardt_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (prise de vue rapprochée) une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Sydney Baumgardt

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  83. Thandiwe Diego_ 2014-2015 Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée) : une adolescente portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, sur fond de conseil d'administration girlup.org.
    Thandiwe Diego

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2014-2015

  84. Adrianne Owings_ Conseillers adolescents 2015-2016 (photo rapprochée) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Adrianne Owings

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  85. Alina Guyon

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  86. Claire Brito, Co-Chair_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors(close angle headshot )portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan le conseil d'administration de girlup.org
    Claire Brito

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  87. Dorsa Moslehi_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (headshot, school picture) avec son visage souriant face Ă  l'appareil photo, sur fond gris.
    Dorsa Moslehi

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  88. Fidelity Ballmer_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (demi-corps, photo de tête en angle fermé) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, avec de la verdure en arrière-plan.
    Fidelity Ballmer

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  89. Fiona Adams_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (photo floue, gros plan) avec son visage souriant face Ă  l'appareil photo.
    Fiona Adams

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  90. Grace Wong_ Conseillers adolescents 2015-2016 (photo de tête très rapprochée) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Grace Wong

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  91. Imani Brooks_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (photo de tête en angle très fermé) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Imani Brooks

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  92. Kyung Mi Lee, Co-Chair_2016-2017 Teen Advisors (angle plus large demi-corps, photo floue) portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et l'arrière-plan est le panneau girlup.org.
    Kyung Mi Lee

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  93. Maisie Kirn_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (photo de tête en angle fermé) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Maisie Kirn

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  94. Nehal Jain_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (photo de tête grand angle avec la moitié du corps, photo floue) avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, arrière-plan de verdure et de fleurs.
    Nehal Jain

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  95. Noorhan Amani_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (headshot) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, avec son Hijab vert.
    Noorhan Amani

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  96. Sabah Hussain_ Conseillère adolescente 2015-2016 (photo de tête) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra portant son Hijab de couleur grise.
    Sabah Hussain

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  97. Sarah Gulley_ 2015-2016 Conseillers adolescents (photo de tête floue) une adolescente avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Sarah Gulley

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  98. Sarah Hesterman_ 2015-2016 Conseillers adolescents (demi-corps headshot) une adolescente avec son visage souriant face à la caméra avec un fond blanc total.
    Sarah Hesterman

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  99. Sophie Tegenu

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  100. Vanessa Valdez_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors close angle headshot) une adolescente avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Vanessa Valdez

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  101. Yardena Gerwin_ 2015-2016 Teen Advisors (photo rapprochée plus haute) une adolescente avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Yardena Gerwin

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2015-2016

  102. Allie Zehner

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  103. Annabelle Lee 2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents (selfie, plan rapproché du haut de son corps pciture floue) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra et.
    Annabelle Lee

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  104. Becca Bean 2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents ( pciture demi-corps, pciture floue) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra et l'arrière-plan est de la verdure.
    Becca Bean

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  105. Ellie Yeo 2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents (portrait rapproché) fond blanc
    Ellie Yeo

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  106. Faatimah Solomon 2016-2017 Teen Advisors (plan rapproché de la moitié du corps) avec un fond de bibliothèque et elle porte son Hijab noir sur...
    Faatimah Solomon

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  107. Grace Rabinowitz2016-2017 Conseillère adolescente (angle rapproché, photo d'école) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et fond gris.
    Grace Rabinowitz

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  108. Kathy Kong

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  109. Katrina Sousounis 2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents ( long angle demi-corps, pciture floue) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Katrina Sousounis

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  110. Kyung Mi Lee, Co-Chair_2016-2017 Teen Advisors (angle plus large demi-corps, photo floue) portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et l'arrière-plan est le panneau girlup.org.
    Kyung Mi Lee

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  111. Leah Adelman_2016-2017 Teen Advisors (photo portrait demi-corps grand angle, pciture floue) avec son visage souriant face Ă  l'appareil photo, sur fond de verdure gris.
    Leah Adelman

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  112. Lee Schwartz_2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents (photo de tête rapprochée) avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, sur fond de verdure.
    Lee Schwartz

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  113. Maria Aldana_2016-2017 Conseillère adolescente (une photo de tête très proche) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, avec de la verdure en arrière-plan.
    Maria Aldana

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  114. Meg Schwartz_2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents (photo de tête rapprochée) avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, sur fond de verdure gris.
    Meg Schwartz

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  115. Sarina Divan_2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents (photo de tête rapprochée)un selfie avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, avec un fond de verdure.
    Sarina Divan

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  116. Sarra Alayyan_2016-2017 Conseillers adolescents (photo de tête rapprochée, un peu floue) un selfie avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo.
    Sarra Alayyan

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  117. Shayla Zamora_2016-2017 Conseillère adolescente (photo de tête rapprochée, un peu floue) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra,avec un fond de verdure.
    Shayla Zamora

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  118. Sophia Danielpour_2016-2017 Conseillère adolescente (photo de tête rapprochée) avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo, avec un fond de verdure et de fleurs rouges.
    Sophia Danielpour

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2016-2017

  119. Alissa Flores 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents headshot
    Alissa Flores

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  120. Portrait d'Amanda Backal, conseillère des jeunes 2017-2018.
    Amanda Backal

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  121. Angelica Almonte 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents headshot
    Angelica Almonte

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  122. Portrait d'Angie Jiang, conseillère des adolescents 2017-2018
    Angie Jiang

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  123. Chanice Lee 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents headshot
    Chanice Lee

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  124. Portrait de Connie Wu 2017-2018, conseillère adolescente
    Connie Wu

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  125. Fasica Mersha 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents headshot
    Fasica Mersha

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  126. Jada Young

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  127. Khushi Gandhi Conseillers adolescents 2017-2018 (photo très proche)
    Khushi Gandhi

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  128. Lauren Woodhouse 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents (headshot ) avec fond de verdure.
    Lauren Woodhouse

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  129. Lavanya Singh, co-présidente des conseillers adolescents 2017-2018, (photo de tête) portant sa chemise blanche girl up avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, et en arrière-plan, le conseil d'administration de girlup.org.
    Lavanya Singh

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  130. Leslie Arroyo 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents (plan de demi corps et eau verte en arrière plan).
    Leslie Arroyo

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  131. Maitri Khera 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents (photo du haut du corps) sur fond de verdure.
    Maitri Khera

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  132. Mary Di Martino 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents (photo du haut du corps avec fond de verdure)
    Mary Di Martino

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  133. Munira Alimire 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents (photo floue de la moitié du corps) avec son Hijab bleu et l'arrière-plan d'un laboratoire.
    Munira Alimire

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  134. Paola Celeste Alanís Ricárdez 2017-2018 Conseillers ados (selfie rapproché headshot)
    Paola Celeste Alanís Ricárdez

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  135. Rachel Auslander, coprésidente 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents (photo de la moitié du corps, photo floue) avec photo de verdure.
    Rachel Auslander

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

    Coprésident

    Coprésident

  136. Sawyer Taylor Arnold 2017-2018 Conseillers adolescents (photo floue du haut du corps)
    Sawyer Taylor Arnold

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2017-2018

  137. Alex Riginos, Co-président 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Alexandra Riginos

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  138. Desiree Junfijiah 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Desiree Junfijiah

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  139. Elana Denver 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Elana Denver

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  140. Elina Govil, Co-présidente 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Elina Govil

    Co-présidente du comité consultatif des ados de Girl Up 2018-2019

  141. Photo d'Eva Jones, conseillère pédagogique 2018-2019 (photo avec elle tenant un haut-parleur)
    Eva Jones

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  142. Fatimata Cham

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  143. Helena Branco 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe photo floue
    Helena Branco

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  144. Ina Bhoopalam 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Ina Bhoopalam

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  145. Ines Gartote 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Ines Gartote

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  146. Kavita Rai 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Kavita Rai

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  147. Laura Solano-Florez 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Laura Solano-Florez

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  148. Leena Abdelmoity 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Leena Abdelmoity

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  149. Libby Foster 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Libby Foster

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  150. ShuShu Crevoshay 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    ShuShu Crevoshay

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  151. Toni Bamisaye 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Toni Bamisaye

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

    Londres, Royaume-Uni

    Londres, Royaume-Uni

  152. Valeria Colunga 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Valeria Colunga

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  153. Abigail Estrada 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Abigail Estrada

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

    Elgin, États-Unis

    Elgin, États-Unis

  154. Portrait d'Alessandra Mitchell, conseillère pédagogique de la classe 2018-2019.
    Alessandra Mitchell

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  155. Photo d'Ali Cohen, conseillère pédagogique de classe 2018-2019
    Ali Cohen

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  156. Alliyah Logan

    Girl Up Teen Advisor

  157. Anusha Tandon 2018-2019 Conseillers adolescents de classe headshot
    Anusha Tandon

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  158. Aria Yang 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo de tête, les yeux regardant vers le bas) avec son visage souriant tourné vers la caméra, et sa main gauche se tenant contre sa tête.
    Aria Yang

    Girl Up Teen Advisor

  159. Aya Alagha

    Girl Up Teen Advisor

  160. Aya Labban 2018-2019 Conseillers de classe pour adolescents headshot
    Aya Labban

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  161. Bethel Ryeza 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo d'identité) avec son visage souriant face à l'appareil photo et sa chemise jaune.
    Bethel Kyeza

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  162. Claire Duffy

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  163. Deborah Chumbu

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  164. Eugenie Park 2018-2019 Classe Conseillers adolescents headshot
    Parc Eugenie

    Conseillère pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2018-2019

  165. Felicia Xiong 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (portrait, photo d'école) avec son visage souriant tourné vers l'appareil photo et un fond gris.
    Felicia Xiong

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  166. Ganna Omar 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo portrait) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra et son Hijab à fleurs jaunes
    Ganna Omar

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  167. Georgia Shakeshaft 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo rapprochée) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Georgia Shakeshaft

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  168. Isabelle Hernandez

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  169. Mariam Mustafa

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  170. Misk Khalif

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  171. Nora Di Martino 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo rapprochée du haut du corps) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Nora Di Martino

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  172. Quinn McGill 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo à mi-corps) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Quinn McGill

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  173. Photo de Rebecca Fairweather, conseillère pédagogique de la classe 2018-2019 (visage de côté)
    Rebecca Fairweather

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  174. Riya Goel2019-2020 Conseillère adolescente (selfie très rapproché) avec son visage souriant tourné vers l'appareil photo.
    Riya Goel

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  175. Rym Badran

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  176. Sofia Scarlat 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo de face) montrant uniquement son visage de côté.
    Sofia Scarlat

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  177. Tanushah Ramadass 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo d'identité) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra, sur fond de café.
    Tanushah Ramadass

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  178. Vanessa Louis-Jean2019-2020 Conseillère adolescente (plan frontal) avec son visage souriant tourné vers la caméra, et tenant une pancarte "high 5 for kids" et "invest in kids".
    Vanessa Louis-Jean

    Conseiller pour les adolescents 2019-2020

  179. Amatullah Turner

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  180. Amelia Marcum

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  181. Amina Salahou

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  182. Anagaby Litz

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  183. Angela Zhang 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents ( headshot ) avec son visage souriant en tournant son visage face à la caméra
    Angela Zhang

    Los Angeles, États-Unis

  184. Angelina Perez

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  185. Danielle Villafaña

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  186. Emily Lin

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  187. Ivonne Ortega

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  188. Izabella Pollett

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  189. Laura Julia Fleischmann 2019-2020 Conseillers adolescents (photo portrait) avec son visage souriant face à la caméra.
    Laura Julia Fleischmann

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  190. Maeve Murray

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  191. Maya Cabrera

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  192. Melissa Simplicio

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  193. Michelle Soneye

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  194. Peri Perkins

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  195. Salomé Beyer

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  196. Shania Hurtado Valbuena

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  197. Trisha Venkatesh

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  198. Ashley d'hiver

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  199. Yakira Pinillos Linares

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2020-2021

  200. Abigail Snyder

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  201. Akshaya Pai

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  202. Alex Gliwinski

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  203. Amelia Castillo

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  204. Christine Crilley

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  205. CJ Calica

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  206. Denia Smith

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  207. Fatima Abylgazina

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  208. Kaitlyn Tran

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  209. Lamya Butt

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  210. Louise Sanches

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  211. MarĂ­a Fernanda LeĂłn

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  212. Michelle Chewon Moon

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  213. Mingxin Wang

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  214. Mofiyin Onanuga

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  215. Mwansa Thewo

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  216. Ogechi Okafor

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  217. Rene Essel

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  218. RocĂ­o MejĂ­a

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  219. Sriya Chippalthurty

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  220. Subah Saiyara Mahbub

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  221. Tatiana Fahie

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  222. Victoria Ortiz

    Conseiller pour les adolescents de Girl Up 2021-2022

  223. Alex Gliwinski

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  224. Alice Paredes

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  225. Ammielle Wambo Becker

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  226. Ana Beatriz Lopes de Souza

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  227. Ananya Bhatia

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  228. Burke Jarrett

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  229. Dhira Dharmakusuma

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  230. Isabel Liu

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  231. Jubi Oladipo

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  232. Juliette Hulsizer

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  233. Katie McCabe

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  234. Laura Gomezjurado

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  235. Liliana Talino

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  236. María José Pérez Aguirre

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  237. Natalia Perez Morales

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  238. Nishita Sujan

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  239. Nora Mitchell

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  240. Raina Batra

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  241. Rene Essel

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  242. Sarah Kapesa

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  243. Sarah Ouardaoui

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023



  244. Sriya Chippalthurty

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

  245. Varija Mehta

    Girl Up Teen Advisor 2022-2023

Global Board

As global industry leaders, our Global Board provides strategic input, oversight, accountability and guidance to ensure successful achievement of Girl Up's vision and mission around the world.

Global Board

  1. Cathie Reid

    Global Board

    Cathie and her husband Stuart Giles co-founded Australia’s Epic Pharmacy Group in 1998 and also co-founded Australia’s largest dedicated cancer ca...

    Cathie and her husband Stuart Giles co-founded Australia’s Epic Pharmacy Group in 1998 and also co-founded Australia’s largest dedicated cancer care provider, the Icon Group in 2012 which was valued at $2.4b by the time they exited in 2022. In 2020 Cathie and Stuart established their family office Arc31, where her long term activity in the healthcare and technology sectors is providing insights and access to a wide range of global investment opportunities.

    Their philanthropic actives are co-ordinated through SpArc Foundation, which supports improved health outcomes with a particular goal of seeing a balance of gender equity and assisting in Closing the Gap in Indigenous health. Cathie’s involvement with Girl Up dates back to 2013.

    She is the Chair of ASX listed AUCloud, a Director of the Brisbane Lions Australian Rules Football club, and served as the Deputy Chair of the Federal Government’s Cybersecurity Industry Advisory Committee until November 2022. She’s also a Future Astronaut with Virgin Galactic, and eagerly awaiting the opportunity to travel to space for the ultimate delivery of her long held mindset on the importance of looking at the world from a different perspective!

    Cathie was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2019 for services to healthcare and philanthropy, and has been recognised throughout her career with numerous awards.

  2. Emily Courey Pryor

    Global Board

    Emily Courey Pryor is a social impact executive, entrepreneur, and gender equality advocate. She was founding executive director of Data2X, launched i...

    Emily Courey Pryor is a social impact executive, entrepreneur, and gender equality advocate. She was founding executive director of Data2X, launched in 2012 to decrease gender bias in global data sources and increase use of gender data for better, smarter decision making. Emily's career has spanned women's and girls’ empowerment, global health, economic development, and climate change, through roles at the United Nations Foundation, Gilead Sciences, and the American Red Cross. As an investor, she has focused on climate and renewable energy. Emily received her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her graduate degree from the University of Michigan. Always up for adventure, she now lives in Portugal with her family.

  3. LaVerne H. Council

    Global Board

    LaVerne began her career as an intrapreneur over 35 years ago. She is globally recognized as a transformational leader focusing on people over product...

    LaVerne began her career as an intrapreneur over 35 years ago. She is globally recognized as a transformational leader focusing on people over product and outcomes over activity. She is a global operations and information technology strategist and change agent, and her experience as a senior international executive gives her a unique perspective as an influencer, advisor, and coach. She is a founder, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Emerald One, and Certified Advanced Personal and Executive Coach. She is a board director at Concentrix, Thomson Reuters, ConMed, and Girl Up (UN Foundation Board).

    LaVerne’s work as a global IT executive with organizations such as Johnson & Johnson, Dell, Inc., and Ernst & Young, LLC gives her a unique perspective on the opportunities and challenges faced by both CxO executives and their employees. In her role as part of President Obama’s cabinet, as the Assistant Secretary for the Office of Information and Technology and Chief Information Officer at the Department of Veterans Affairs, LaVerne not only created the technology strategy, investment, and implementation for the largest civilian agency in the federal government, she transformed the executive leadership team to the most culturally diverse in the federal government.

    LaVerne focuses on the health of an organization, the cohesion of the team, and the strength of the individual, weaving the professional path with personal development. A volunteer since the age of 5, LaVerne advises leaders and teams on servant leadership, spotlighting the unique gifts each person brings to the team and using oneself to improve the lives of others.

    Awards and Accolades

    â—Ź Top 10 Global Leaders & Change Agents Award

    â—Ź Top 10 Global Leaders & Innovators Award

    ● Meritorious Service Award – highest honor for civilian federal employee

    â—Ź Golden Gov: Federal Executive of the Year Award

    ● Forbes.com - Technology’s Power Women in their Tough, Tech-Smart, and Female

    â—Ź Twice named FedScoop Top 50 Women in Information Technology

    â—Ź Inducted into the Illinois State University Business Hall of Fame

    ● New Jersey Technology Council’s CIO Hall of Fame

    ● Healthcare Data Management’s Most Powerful Women in Healthcare Information Technology

    â—Ź Featured in Chief Supply Chain Officer Insights as one of the top Supply Chain Leaders of the last 20 years

    â—Ź Business Trends Quarterly Top 5 CIOs in America

  4. Lorena Aguilar

    Global Board

    Global leader passionate about gender equality, human rights, inclusion, and sustainable development, with over three decades providing strategic cont...

    Global leader passionate about gender equality, human rights, inclusion, and sustainable development, with over three decades providing strategic contributions to national and international policies. Leading inclusive collaboration with government counterparts, UN agencies, international organizations, and civil society towards advancing equitable sustainable development. Lorena has field experience in more than 50 countries across Latin America, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia. Ms. Aguilar also served as Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica. At present she is the Executive Director Kaschak Institute, Binghamton University.

  5. Michelle Milford Morse

    Global Board

    Michelle Milford Morse is the United Nations Foundation’s Vice President for Girls and Women Strategy. She leads the Foundation’s organization-wid...

    Michelle Milford Morse is the United Nations Foundation’s Vice President for Girls and Women Strategy. She leads the Foundation’s organization-wide efforts to promote gender equality and the rights and agency of all girls and women, working in collaboration with the United Nations and its partners.

    Michelle has worked on global health and development issues with a range of UN, private sector, and civil society partners, including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, LIVESTRONG, UNICEF USA, Sesame Workshop, the UBS Optimus Foundation, mothers2mothers, amFAR, ICRW, and the University of Texas. Through her work she has helped organizations define strategic paths and advance specific global development causes – including on child development, regulatory action on HIV treatment, maternal mortality, mother-to-child transmission of HIV, and violence against children. She previously advised the UN Foundation and led a range of projects related to gender equality, including serving as the Foundation’s co-convener on the Girl Declaration. Michelle was also the press secretary and communications director for U.S. Congressman Lloyd Doggett.

    Michelle earned a Master of International Affairs and a Master of Public Health at Columbia University, and pursued her graduate research at the Rakai Health Sciences Program in Kalisizo, Uganda. She is a proud graduate of the University of Texas (Hook ’em!). Michelle is the past chair of the Ann Richards School Foundation board. She serves on the board of directors for the Livestrong Foundation and the She Runs It Foundation and is a member of the Global Advisory Council for the Miracle Foundation. Apolitical named her one of the 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy in 2021.

  6. Tara Abrahams

    Global Board

    Tara Abrahams is the head of impact at The Meteor, a multi-media collective which uses the power of storytelling, journalism, and art to advance one o...

    Tara Abrahams is the head of impact at The Meteor, a multi-media collective which uses the power of storytelling, journalism, and art to advance one of the greatest causes of our time: the freedom and dignity of all women. Tara is also the board chair of She’s the First, a global girls’ rights organization that reaches 150,000 girls around the world every year, and of the International Center for Research on Women, the world’s premier research institute focused on tackling challenges facing women and girls worldwide. In 2021, Tara founded kahani, a print magazine and media platform specifically designed to amplify the stories of adolescent girls around the world. To date, kahani has featured the contributions of more than 125 girls from 37 countries in 26 languages. Tara began her work in girls' education and women's empowerment as the president and deputy director of Girl Rising, a global campaign that raises awareness about the importance of educating girls in the Global South. Named to Apolitical’s 100 Most Influential People in Gender Policy in 2021 and a Presidential Leadership Scholar in 2022, Tara has invested in multiple female-founded ventures and advises CEOs on social impact strategy.

  7. Valeria Colunga

    Global Board

    Valeria Colunga (she/her) is a 23-year-old activist, social entrepreneur and consultant from Monterrey, Mexico. In 2023 she was appointed as Mexican D...

    Valeria Colunga (she/her) is a 23-year-old activist, social entrepreneur and consultant from Monterrey, Mexico. In 2023 she was appointed as Mexican Delegate for the G20's Youth20 Summit to negotiate in the track "Shared Future: Youth in Governance." That same year she graduated from the University of Oxford with an MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy. In 2021, Valeria was appointed by the United Nations Foundation as one of the eight Next Generation Fellows to write “Our Future Agenda,” which fed young people’s policy proposals for the United Nations Secretary-General’s landmark report “Our Common Agenda.” In 2022, she completed a dual degree in Latin American Studies and International Relations & Global Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. Valeria was the founding president of Girl Up Monterrey, the first international club to achieve the "Top Club of the School Year." From Teen Advisor to Coalition Co-leader, Valeria has held multiple leadership positions in Girl Up to aid the organization's expansion in Mexico, Latin America, and around the world.

Conseil consultatif

As entrepreneurs, advocates, and business and industry leaders, our Advisory Board lends their expertise to the growth and sustainability of Girl Up, helping us to power this movement to reach girls worldwide.

Conseil consultatif

  1. Anna Blue

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  2. Anu Jain

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  3. Charlotte Hayes
    Charlotte Hayes

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  4. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  5. Conseil consultatif Julie Carrier (photo du haut du corps et fond blanc)
    Julie Carrier

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  6. Kylie Schuyler

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  7. Conseil consultatif Mohammed Farshori portrait Ă  mi-corps photo
    Mohammed Farshori

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  8. Shaun Robinson

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  9. Conseil consultatif Susan Sherrerd photo de tête en noir et blanc, les yeux détournés de l'appareil photo.
    Susan Sherrerd

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  10. Tina Wells
    Tina Wells

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  11. Akila Somasegar

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  12. Angélica Fuentes

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  13. Anjula Acharia

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  14. Conseil consultatif Anne Fulenwider (photo du haut du corps) posant avec ses mains croisées, fond blanc.
    Anne Fulenwider

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  15. Arielle Gross Samuels

    Emeritus Girl Up Advisory

  16. Carmen Ana Amell

    Emeritus Girl Up Advisory

  17. Cathy Schulman

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  18. Conseil consultatif Davis Smith avec photo du haut du corps et fond gris
    Davis Smith

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  19. Conseil consultatif Draisa Gale (photo portrait Ă  mi-corps, pciture floue)
    Draisa Gale

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  20. Estelle McGechie

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  21. Conseil consultatif Jacki zehner portrait Ă  mi-corps photo, pciture floue
    Jacki Zehner

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  22. Conseil consultatif Jennifer DaSilva, angle plus large de la photo du haut de la tĂŞte
    Jennifer DaSilva

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  23. John Gerzema

    Conseil consultatif de Girl Up

  24. Conseil consultatif Karen Miller : photo d'identité et photo un peu floue sur fond gris.
    Karen Miller

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  25. LaVerne H. Council

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  26. Lilia Luciano

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  27. Liz Plank

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  28. Conseil consultatif Michelle King scénariste de télévision américaine photo d'identité professionnelle
    Michelle King

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  29. Molly Rudberg

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  30. Pauline Miller

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  31. Rhonda Adams Medina

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  32. Conseil consultatif Rita Rodriguez, photo rapprochée sur fond blanc.
    Rita Rodriguez

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  33. Shelmina Abji

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  34. Tawny Saez
    Tawny Saez

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

  35. Conseil consultatif Zain Habboo photo de tĂŞte professionnelle, photo floue sur fond gris
    Zain Habboo

    Conseil consultatif émérite de Girl Up

Malia Baker
Champions des célébrités

Les Champions de Girl Up utilisent leurs plateformes pour faire connaître Girl Up et son travail.

Champions

  1. Champions 2017 : Brooklyn et Bailey en tĂŞte
    Brooklyn et Bailey

    Championne du Girl Up

    Les vraies jumelles de 19 ans, basées au Texas, ont fait irruption sur la scène en 2013 avec leur chaîne YouTube, BrooklynAndBailey. Elles facturent leur chaîne...

    Ces vraies jumelles de 19 ans, basées au Texas, ont fait irruption sur la scène en 2013 avec leur chaîne YouTube, BrooklynAndBailey. Elles présentent leur chaîne comme étant "consacrée à tout ce qui est amusant... y compris les vlogs de la famille, la vie à l'université, l'artisanat, la mode et la beauté". À l'heure où nous écrivons ces lignes, la chaîne compte plus de 6 millions d'abonnés. Sur Instagram, les filles ont plus de cinq millions de followers sur leur compte commun.

  2. Cara Delevingne

    Championne du Girl Up

    "Je suis vraiment honorée d'ajouter ma voix au travail que Girl Up accomplit pour autonomiser les jeunes femmes et créer une génération entière de leaders féminins. Comme je l'ai...

    "Je suis vraiment honorée d'ajouter ma voix au travail que Girl Up accomplit pour autonomiser les jeunes femmes et créer une génération entière de leaders féminins. En voyageant à travers le monde, j'ai vu le pouvoir que peut avoir l'investissement dans les filles. Une fille autonomisée et soutenue est une force incroyable pour le changement, un changement auquel je suis maintenant ravie de participer", a déclaré Cara Delevingne à propos de son nouveau rôle de championne de Girl Up.

  3. Champions 2016 Katherine McNamara headshot
    Katherine McNamara

    Championne du Girl Up

    Katherine McNamara, originaire du Missouri, est une jeune starlette pleine d'avenir que l'on peut voir actuellement dans le rĂ´le principal de "Clary Fray" dans la toute nouvelle ...

    Katherine McNamara, originaire du Missouri, est une jeune starlette pleine d'avenir que l'on peut voir actuellement dans le rôle principal de " Clary Fray " dans la toute nouvelle série Freeform " Shadowhunters " (janvier 2016) ; une adaptation du livre à l'écran de la série de livres à succès " The Mortal Instruments ". La nouvelle de son casting a fait le tour des médias, notamment Deadline, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter et The Wrap, pour n'en citer que quelques-uns. La série a été diffusée pour la première fois avec des taux d'audience exceptionnels, et a été la première série à être diffusée depuis plus de deux ans.

  4. Malia Baker

    Championne du Girl Up

    L'actrice Malia Baker, la star de la série à succès de Netflix "The Baby-Sitter's Club", est née au Botswana et a déménagé à Vancouver, en Colombie-Britannique, au Canada, alors qu'elle était ...

    L'actrice Malia Baker, la star de la série à succès de Netflix "The Baby-Sitter's Club", est née au Botswana et a déménagé à Vancouver, en Colombie-Britannique, au Canada, alors qu'elle était une jeune fille. La perspective globale de Malia a été façonnée par ses expériences en tant qu'enfant au Botswana, comprenant pleinement le besoin d'humanité et de compassion. Elle utilise sa plateforme pour inspirer les jeunes filles et leur donner les moyens d'utiliser leur voix pour le changement et l'égalité.

  5. Champions 2014 Monique Coleman plan du corps entier
    Monique Coleman

    Championne du Girl Up

    Monique Coleman est surtout connue pour son rôle de Taylor McKessie dans la franchise à succès High School Musical, ainsi que pour la 4e place du concours...

    Monique Coleman est surtout connue pour son rôle de Taylor McKessie dans la franchise à succès High School Musical, ainsi que pour la quatrième place de la saison 3 de l'émission à succès d'ABC, Dancing with the Stars. En plus de ses nombreuses réalisations, Monique a reçu deux Teen Choice Awards, un Billboard Award, un NAACP Legacy Award et un Camie pour son rôle dans le film Hallmark, The Reading Room, aux côtés de James Earl Jones.

  6. Champions 2014 Nigel Barker, photo du haut du corps.
    Nigel Barker

    Championne du Girl Up

    Nigel Barker, photographe de mode de renommée internationale, cinéaste, personnalité de la télévision, auteur, humanitaire et père de deux enfants, soutient la...

    Nigel Barker, photographe de mode de renommée internationale, cinéaste, personnalité de la télévision, auteur, humanitaire et père de deux enfants, soutient le programme Girl Up en tant que l'un de ses champions, rejoignant ainsi le mouvement visant à améliorer la vie des adolescentes dans les pays en développement. Nigel est surtout connu en tant que photographe et juge de l'émission "America's Next Top Model".

  7. Priyanka Chopra

    Championne du Girl Up

    Icône de Bollywood, primée et ayant joué dans plus de 40 films, Priyanka Chopra est l'une des actrices les plus célèbres d'Inde et d'Amérique. S...

    Icône de Bollywood, primée et ayant joué dans plus de 40 films, Priyanka Chopra est l'une des actrices les plus célèbres d'Inde et d'Amérique. Elle a fait ses débuts dans le film tamoul Thamizhan en 2002 et a depuis remporté le National Film Award de la meilleure actrice et des Filmfare Awards dans quatre catégories.

  8. Champions 2014 Rebecca Soni, triple médaillée olympique en natation (plan d'ensemble avec sa tenue de nageuse, la piscine en arrière-plan).
    Rebecca Soni

    Championne du Girl Up

    En tant que championne de Girl Up, Rebecca Soni, triple médaillée olympique, va passer de la destruction des records mondiaux de natation à la mobilisation des filles américaines pour plaider...

    En tant que championne Girl Up, la triple médaillée olympique Rebecca Soni va passer de la destruction des records mondiaux de natation à la mobilisation des filles américaines pour défendre les filles les plus marginalisées du monde, notamment dans les pays en développement. "Grâce à mon partenariat avec Girl Up, je suis ravie d'encourager les filles américaines à canaliser leur énergie et leur compassion pour devenir de puissantes forces de changement dans la vie de leurs pairs dans les pays en développement", a déclaré Soni.

  9. Championnes 2014 Victoria Justice : photo du haut du corps et groupe arrière blanc.
    Victoria Justice

    Championne du Girl Up

    Victoria a joué dans sa propre série à succès de Nickelodeon, "Victorious". Elle jouait le rôle de la talentueuse musicienne Tori Vega, qui se retrouve inopinément...

    Victoria a joué dans sa propre série à succès de Nickelodeon, "Victorious". Elle jouait le rôle de Tori Vega, une musicienne talentueuse, qui se retrouve soudainement à naviguer dans la vie d'un élève d'un lycée d'élite spécialisé dans les arts du spectacle. Pendant toute la durée de la série, Victorious a été la série comique en direct numéro 1 dans son créneau horaire sur toutes les chaînes de télévision, auprès des enfants de 6 à 17 ans, touchant 40,4 millions d'enfants, d'adolescents et de préadolescents chaque trimestre. Victorious a également remporté le titre de "série télévisée préférée" aux Kids Choice Awards en 2012 et 2013.

  10. Wade Davis tenant le micro, et ne montrant que son visage de côté avec un sourire et la main gauche pointant vers la foule.
    Wade Davis

    Championne du Girl Up

    Wade Davis, ancien joueur de la NFL, est un leader d'opinion, un écrivain, un conférencier et un éducateur sur l'égalité des sexes, des races et des orientations. Wade est le joueur de la NFL ...

    Wade Davis, ancien joueur de la NFL, est un leader d'opinion, un écrivain, un orateur public et un éducateur sur l'égalité des sexes, des races et des orientations. Wade est le premier consultant en inclusion LGBT de la NFL et consulte actuellement de nombreuses ligues de sport professionnel sur des questions à l'intersection du sexisme, du racisme et de l'homophobie.

    Au-delà de son travail dans le domaine du sport, Wade est actuellement consultant pour Netflix, Google, Viacom et d'autres entreprises afin de co-créer des solutions transformatrices pour construire des cultures d'entreprise inclusives.

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