On October 19th 2015...

How do we combine sports, safety and science? g4g partnered with AIG Insurance Company to bring forth a morning of hands-on workshops to 90 girls aged 11-15 in London's AIG HOUSE OXO2!

The sessions included learning and experiencing cutting-edge technology behind the HAKA 360 Virtual Reality (including an intro from star All Blacks Rugby player Aaron Cruden), A Prize for Safety where the girls try on safety equipment and learn about the importance of a warm-up, guessing what's inside your 'excercise smoothie' during the nutrition break - Power from what you Eat, and finally interactively learning - Can Physics Help your Game? led by the g4g team!

Twitter: @AIGRugby @green4girls #g4gAIGRugby


 
 

Meet the g4g team supporting AIG World Rugby Cup!

 
Melissa Rancourt,Chairman and Founder. Melissa is an engineer herself and loves the Big Bang TV show, so much so that she does a workshop based on it which has proved to be one of the favourites of the girls. Melissa is a true science geek and doesn't mind who knows this! Her story is our story so check it out here!

Melissa Rancourt,Chairman and Founder. Melissa is an engineer herself and loves the Big Bang TV show, so much so that she does a workshop based on it which has proved to be one of the favourites of the girls. Melissa is a true science geek and doesn't mind who knows this! Her story is our story so check it out here!

Aurelia Takacs is on our advisory board for corporate partnerships and is our diversity & inclusion expert, global Cisco contact, AND Project Manager for g4g in Amman & Krakow! She’s piloted our‘g4g@work’ concept w/ Cisco, which we will use with other companies around the world! As a “world citizen” in Brussels,  she loves kitchen science and watching "The IT Crowd"! She hopes to inspire girls to think “outside of the box” and study and pursue careers in STEM. All about her launch in Jordan here!

Aurelia Takacs is on our advisory board for corporate partnerships and is our diversity & inclusion expert, global Cisco contact, AND Project Manager for g4g in Amman & Krakow! She’s piloted our‘g4g@work’ concept w/ Cisco, which we will use with other companies around the world! As a “world citizen” in Brussels,  she loves kitchen science and watching "The IT Crowd"! She hopes to inspire girls to think “outside of the box” and study and pursue careers in STEM. All about her launch in Jordan here!

 
 
Jelena Lucin is our Project Manager & Science Advisor in Brussels HQ. From global communications & event coordinating, she manages various g4g internal projects, creates science workshops,  supervises our lovely young interns and ambassadors and loves to lead the DNA workshop across the globe! She loves all things science, but what really gets her going is studying the core of all living things... the molecules of life! Get in contact with here here!

Jelena Lucin is our Project Manager & Science Advisor in Brussels HQ. From global communications & event coordinating, she manages various g4g internal projects, creates science workshops,  supervises our lovely young interns and ambassadors and loves to lead the DNA workshop across the globe! She loves all things science, but what really gets her going is studying the core of all living things... the molecules of life! Get in contact with here here!

Emma is a student from ISB and returning intern for g4g! She has created her own business at the young age of 16 - Artisuns - and loves to lead a Science & Entrepreneur workshop at our events! Among other things, she is helping us launch an impact project and developing a new workshop involving science & sports! A newly discovered hobby of hers is joining the Rugby team at ISB!

Emma is a student from ISB and returning intern for g4g! She has created her own business at the young age of 16 - Artisuns - and loves to lead a Science & Entrepreneur workshop at our events! Among other things, she is helping us launch an impact project and developing a new workshop involving science & sports! A newly discovered hobby of hers is joining the Rugby team at ISB!