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Congratulations to Amelia Marcum '21, who, after a highly competitive application process, was selected to be on the 2020-21 Girl Up International Teen Advisory Board along with 24 other students across the globe. She will work alongside the organization to advance global gender equality.
From the Media Release provided by the organization:

Girl Up, a gender equality initiative of the United Nations Foundation, has announced the next class of teenage leaders that will work alongside the organization to advance global gender equality.
Teen Advisors are the backbone of Girl Up’s borderless movement, which has led advocacy efforts for global policies that affect women and girls, raised more than $10 million for UN programs that work to give girls in developing countries a chance at a brighter future, and grown to reach more than one million supporters in 120 countries.
The application to become a Girl Up Teen Advisor is rigorous and highly competitive. These young leaders represent 11 U.S. states, eight countries and the British Virgin Islands. The 25 high school students will serve for one academic year, after which they will continue to lead efforts that drive global change on their college campuses and their communities around the world.

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