LiveGirl is thrilled to offer an annual Impact Scholarship award to a 2019 graduating senior who has demonstrated selfless leadership and service that has made a significant impact in the lives of others, while demonstrating the LiveGirl values and serving as a role model to empower the next generation of female leaders.
SCHOLARSHIP AWARD GENEROUSLY SPONSORED BY
WHO MAY APPLY
Graduating seniors in Fairfield County, CT who have actively volunteered with LiveGirl during their high school careers:
Application opens April 1st and the deadline is May 1st.
2019 Impact Scholars
Sabrina Ahamed and Kate Reeves
We are thrilled to announce our 2019 Impact Scholars. Our annual scholarship program recognizes extraordinary young women that have demonstrated selfless leadership and service to make the world a better place.
Sabrina Ahamed is a compassionate mentor, a joyous soul, and a leader. She has been involved in LiveGirl as a Mentor and Fellow and will graduate from the Academy of Information Technology and Engineering in Stamford, CT in June. As a LiveGirl Mentor, she raised her voice on what it’s like to be a Muslim woman in today’s world. Sabrina will attend Connecticut College in the fall.
Kate Reeves is an activist, a storyteller, and a powerful leader. She has been involved in LiveGirl as a Fellow and President of the LiveGirl Youth Advisory Board, where she was instrumental in growing our high school advocacy efforts. She is a senior at New Canaan High School where she led the Model United Nations, served as editor of the school’s literary magazine, and played field hockey, gymnastics, and lacrosse. Kate will attend Georgetown University in the fall.
These young women are shining examples of what our future holds and we are honored to recognize them as our 2019 Impact Scholars. Congrats, ladies!! LiveGirl and Livewell Design are proud to support and lift up the next generation of female change makers.
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2018 Impact Scholar
Victoria graduated from AITE High School in Stamford, CT and is now a freshman at the Manhattan School of Music, studying classical voice. "LiveGirl opened my eyes to the crazy, beautiful array of definitions of what it means to be a girl," Victoria told me. “Before that, I struggled growing up with the concept of 'femininity' as my interests weren’t typical for girls my age." As a mentor now, she inspires other young girls to be the best version of themselves.