Global Girls Scholarship Foundation
Mansi come from a rural town in India but she scored very high marks in her CBSE board class 10th and 12th exams with approximately 95% score in both the national exams. Now, supported by this scholarship, she has joined coaching for entrance exam for admission to Indian Institute of Technology. She wants to become an engineer.
Ananya is one of 3 children in a family of 5. She likes to travel and dance. She is passionate about women empowerment and wants to help people by becoming a doctor. Ananya scored very high (over 96%) marks in her CBSE board class 10th exam and joined a coaching institute to prepare for medical college admission.
Arpan is very interested in the field of computers and she wants to become a successful software engineer. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Technology degree in Computer Science & Engineering. Arpan aspires to become an entrepreneur and start her own software company in future.
Aditi loves to play with her friends and is a sports enthusiast. She wants to study hard to become an Indian Police Services officer. In doing so her goal is to help eliminate corruption and malpractices from India. She is also interested in climate change and wants to help solve global warming. Aditi is a student at a middle school.
Vanisha is one of the three sisters. She is very interested in science and has taken part in many science and innovation competitions. Vanisha wants to become an engineer to solve many of the world problems. She believes an engineering training will also help her solve everyday life's problems. Vanisha is in high school.
Anamayee loves to study and has alway ranked first in her class. She is passionate about English language and wants to do a Ph.D. in English literature. She would like to become an English professor when she grows up. She loves to write poems and enjoys painting, singing, dancing, and cooking. Anamayee has one brother and a sister. Anamayee is a student of class 8th.
Cynthia A. Otieno
Cynthia comes from a farming community in Kenya. She is very hardworking and disciplined. Cynthia did very well in her 8th grade national exams and was in the top 20%. She is a student in a girls high school in Kenya. Cynthia wants to study well so she can have a good career.