Who are our ambassadors?

Our ambassadors are official g4g representatives who help support greenlight for girls' projects and promote STEM initiatives in their own communities. Being an ambassador gives you a great opportunity to inspire and support young girls around the world to get involved with STEM.

As an ambassador…

  • You would be sharing your STEM work, ideas and inspiration with us regularly so we can feature those on our social media channels and website to help inspire girls around the world to become more involve with STEM.

  • You would help us promoting g4g events in your area and spread the word about the event.

  • You could also join us as a volunteer at g4g events, and very important - you would get to know other ambassadors around the world who share your interests!

  • And it can be much more! You could initiate your own g4g events in your area, find and build partnerships with interesting speakers, startups, companies and other schools who would like to support girls getting more involved within STEM. There are many creative ways to promote STEM as a g4g ambassador, we love to hear your ideas!

 

Our ambassadors are often in high school or university who are ready to be involved with g4g for at least one academic year, hopefully longer! If you would like to learn more about the other ways to get involved and support g4g, please contact us on [insert email] and tell us about you - we’d love to hear from you!


Meet our Ambassadors

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My name is Blakeley and I am a high-school student from Houston, Texas. I have always loved math and science, and I am particularly interested in coding! I lead a Science Club for Girls at my school, and I volunteer with several STEM events in the Houston area. I would love to work as an engineer in the future, and I hope to spread STEM awareness throughout my community and beyond!

My name is Blakeley and I am a high-school student from Houston, Texas. I have always loved math and science, and I am particularly interested in coding! I lead a Science Club for Girls at my school, and I volunteer with several STEM events in the Houston area. I would love to work as an engineer in the future, and I hope to spread STEM awareness throughout my community and beyond!

I am Cleopatra, a final-year high school student with an obsession with programming! When I am not doing this, I am either experimenting with random household chemicals or designing graphics. Despite my dreams of becoming a software engineer or biochemist, my favorite school subject is Physics.

I am Cleopatra, a final-year high school student with an obsession with programming! When I am not doing this, I am either experimenting with random household chemicals or designing graphics. Despite my dreams of becoming a software engineer or biochemist, my favorite school subject is Physics.

Molecular and Cellular Biology student in Fairfield, CT aspiring to become a physician someday. I currently also work in tech support. I was born in Slovenia but lived in Spain and Belgium. I attended many g4g days in Brussels as a teenager and loved every single one of them. I look forward to spreading the love for science to the next generation.

Molecular and Cellular Biology student in Fairfield, CT aspiring to become a physician someday. I currently also work in tech support. I was born in Slovenia but lived in Spain and Belgium. I attended many g4g days in Brussels as a teenager and loved every single one of them. I look forward to spreading the love for science to the next generation.

As an enthusiastic participant of the g4g events in Brussels for several years (and also demonstrator!), I decided to become a g4g ambassador! My goal is to share my passion for the sciences with girls from my school and my surroundings. I am half Greek, half Belgian and have been living in Brussels for the past seven years. I love physics, and especially astrophysics and cosmology, and work towards making a significant contribution in this domain.

As an enthusiastic participant of the g4g events in Brussels for several years (and also demonstrator!), I decided to become a g4g ambassador! My goal is to share my passion for the sciences with girls from my school and my surroundings. I am half Greek, half Belgian and have been living in Brussels for the past seven years. I love physics, and especially astrophysics and cosmology, and work towards making a significant contribution in this domain.

I’m Julia and I want to be a biomedical engineer. I love science, in particular when it’s applied to solving problems and making the world a better place. I’m passionate about empowering girls and showing them how fascinating and fun science is. I also love sport; competing in athletics, playing football and doing all sorts of water-sports. Spoken word and yoga are other passions of mine!

I’m Julia and I want to be a biomedical engineer. I love science, in particular when it’s applied to solving problems and making the world a better place. I’m passionate about empowering girls and showing them how fascinating and fun science is. I also love sport; competing in athletics, playing football and doing all sorts of water-sports. Spoken word and yoga are other passions of mine!

I’m Thaisa Brandão from Ouro Branco, Minas Gerais, Brazil. I graduated in Bioprocess Engineering by the University of São João del Rei, where I had my first contact with g4g working as a volunteer in 2105. Since it, I couldn’t leave the project anymore. It became a passion. I always liked biology it was the first thing that made me thinking about STEM. When I was almost finishing the high school, a friend told me about the new UFSJ campus in my city. She did my registration to do the exam and few months later, I received the announcement I was a new student of biotechnology engineering. I participated of lots projects when I was at the college, including Junior Enterprise, Student Academic Center and volunteer as a math and biology teacher in an education program in my city. Currently I’m living in the USA where I have had the opportunity to enjoy some g4g events and It has been a key for my dreams. I’m so proud to be part of it. I’m a dreamer and for me, it’s really important empowering girls to be wherever we want. Show them what I know, what I became and where I would like to go and be have been my way to tell the world that “Anything is possible”. Being a g4g Ambassador is a pleasure, a way to keep engaged with STEM and opening doors.

I’m Thaisa Brandão from Ouro Branco, Minas Gerais, Brazil. I graduated in Bioprocess Engineering by the University of São João del Rei, where I had my first contact with g4g working as a volunteer in 2105. Since it, I couldn’t leave the project anymore. It became a passion. I always liked biology it was the first thing that made me thinking about STEM. When I was almost finishing the high school, a friend told me about the new UFSJ campus in my city. She did my registration to do the exam and few months later, I received the announcement I was a new student of biotechnology engineering. I participated of lots projects when I was at the college, including Junior Enterprise, Student Academic Center and volunteer as a math and biology teacher in an education program in my city. Currently I’m living in the USA where I have had the opportunity to enjoy some g4g events and It has been a key for my dreams. I’m so proud to be part of it. I’m a dreamer and for me, it’s really important empowering girls to be wherever we want. Show them what I know, what I became and where I would like to go and be have been my way to tell the world that “Anything is possible”. Being a g4g Ambassador is a pleasure, a way to keep engaged with STEM and opening doors.

Hello, my name is Sophie. I’m currently doing a PhD in Tropical Medicine at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. I love studying infectious diseases because you have the potential to improve the healthcare of lots of people who are very unwell. Before that I did an MSc Immunology at Imperial College London and a BSc Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield. In my spare time I love to do ballet. I grew up in the English Lake District, so I love all things outdoors and I’m currently training to be a mountain leader.

Hello, my name is Sophie. I’m currently doing a PhD in Tropical Medicine at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. I love studying infectious diseases because you have the potential to improve the healthcare of lots of people who are very unwell. Before that I did an MSc Immunology at Imperial College London and a BSc Biomedical Science at the University of Sheffield. In my spare time I love to do ballet. I grew up in the English Lake District, so I love all things outdoors and I’m currently training to be a mountain leader.

Myrto is a student in Greece. She really loves Math and Physics, and she cannot wait until next year to start her Engineering degree! She is joining the team as our very first g4g global science tutor!

Myrto is a student in Greece. She really loves Math and Physics, and she cannot wait until next year to start her Engineering degree! She is joining the team as our very first g4g global science tutor!

Sindhu is the name of a river that flows to the ocean. Like her namesake, Sindhu wants to reach an ocean of knowledge. Rivers also help humans, just as Sindhu hopes to help other students through selfless service. It is her pleasure to be a g4g member! As a a  g4g Global Scholar  Sindhu took charge to understand science through its applications and enjoys making applied physics videos for g4g ( like this one! )

Sindhu is the name of a river that flows to the ocean. Like her namesake, Sindhu wants to reach an ocean of knowledge. Rivers also help humans, just as Sindhu hopes to help other students through selfless service. It is her pleasure to be a g4g member! As a a g4g Global Scholar Sindhu took charge to understand science through its applications and enjoys making applied physics videos for g4g (like this one!)