Girls Inc. is pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of girls who have been selected to serve on the National Brand Ambassador Council. This year-long program engages high school juniors and seniors, as well as first-year graduates in amplifying the Girls Inc. brand and increasing awareness of the organization’s mission and work.
Fundamental to this initiative is providing young women the space and support to exercise their leadership skills and share their unique perspectives and insights with leaders at Girls Inc. and across various sectors and industries.
Meet the 2021 Girls Inc. National Brand Ambassadors
Throughout the year, these young women will create digital content, take part in media interviews and speaking engagements, and utilize social media to connect with key stakeholders and grow Girls Inc.’s community of partners and supporters. They will also have the opportunity to increase their social and professional networks, and gain valuable career assets and skills.
“These passionate advocates know first hand the lasting and profound difference Girls Inc. makes,” says Stephanie J. Hull, Ph.D., President and CEO of Girls Inc. “We look forward to partnering with the Teen Brand Ambassador Council to get the word out about Girls Inc., and to share their perspectives on how we best elevate the experience and voice of girls.”
Monali Baker, Girls Inc. of San Antonio
Lilly Conner, Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis
Jayleesha Cooper, Girls Inc. of Omaha
Laura Flores, Girls Inc. of Carpinteria
Praaghya Meyyan, Girls Inc. of the Greater Capital Region
Helen Mohamed, Girls Inc. at the YWCA Minneapolis
Isabel Smith, Girls Inc. of St. Louis
Jane Zou, Girls Inc. of Orange County
Claire Jensen, Girls Inc. at the YWCA Minneapolis, alumna
Maya Morris, Girls Inc. of Memphis, alumna