Speaker's Bureau

Saba Jana-Worku

Saba Jana-Worku

Saba Jana-Worku is a charismatic middle-schooler with a keen perspective for someone her age. She’s a musically gifted artist, entrepreneur, and creative thinker who plays 6 instruments!

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Naomi Vickers

Naomi Vickers

Naomi is a sophomore at Harvard University studying economics and history. She enjoys exploring the intersection of economics and communities of color.

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Nadia Fraiser

Nadia Fraser

I got into Girls For A Change (GFAC) because my mother had a really great experience with my older sister. My mom knew GFAC could help me learn how to serve my community, speak up for myself, and others.

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Kayla Jones

Kayla Jones

Kayla Mone’t Jones is a Richmond, Virginia native. She has studied at City Dance Theatre, J’Adore Dance Studio, Richmond Ballet, Broadway Dance Center, Appomattox Regional Governor’s School of the Arts, and AMDA for her pre-professional training.

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Journi

Journi Marlow

Journi Marie Marlow is a young, daring, creative spirit who uses poetry and visual artistic expression to advocate for girl empowerment and radical self-love.

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Genisus Holland

Genisus Holland

I am a junior at Maggie L. Walker Governor's School. I have volunteered and worked with many different organizations specializing in aiding students and young children, including Girls for a Change.

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Danielle-Kim Johnson

Danielle Freeman Jefferson

Danielle Freeman Jefferson is a freshman studying Landscape Architecture in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Design at North Carolina A&T State University.

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Breeana Gant

Breeana Gant

As a senior in high school, and a student of a primarily white institution (PWI), I know the importance of inclusivity and representation for black girls, especially within spaces that offer learning opportunities and growth, and how they can care for themselves within these spaces.

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