The Global Girls Panel brings together 15 trailblazing girls from a dozen countries around the world to determine the top 10 rights that all girls have. Let’s meet them:
Angélica is an indigenous 21-year-old studying Biochemistry & Microbiology in Guatemala.
Ashlyn is a 21-year-old at Appalachian State, who plans to pursue law school.
Claris is a student leader at Ashesi University in Ghana; she originally hails from Kenya.
Deborah, a first-year college student in Puerto Rico, is majoring in Communications.
Djellza is a high school senior from Long Island, NY, who intends to pursue medicine.
Faith, originally from Nigeria, is a high school senior in NYC, active in many clubs.
Genny is an entrepreneurship & business management major in Kigali, Rwanda.
Goldalyn, a 16-year-old from Kenya, is a former Head Girl and current student leader.
Jackline, a 16-year-old Maasai student from Kenya, is a survivor of child marriage.
Kanchan is a 22-year-old Nepalese activist & award-winning social entrepreneur.
Lara is pursuing biology at university in Brazil and is a gender equality advocate.
Nembo from Cameroon is awaiting graduation from the University of Bamenda.
Olivia, a student leader from Staten Island Academy, is an outspoken activist & feminist.
Tracy is a junior studying Management Information Systems at university in Ghana.
Vishakha is a second-year student at Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering in India.