Day of the Girl-US is an 100% youth-led movement, and the Action Team is the team of young female-identifying activists in charge of it all. These leaders are passionate about gender justice and have put in a huge amount of work to grow the movement into what it is today.
Action Team Members
Adriana Chavez is 15 years old. She is from New York City and has been involved with Day of the Girl since 2016. She is particularly passionate about reproductive rights, body positivity, adoption/foster care issues, and advocation for survivors of sexual assault. When not defying society's rules, she can be found reading English literature, playing the ukulele, or hanging out with her best buddy- her rescue dog Sadie.
Lucy Danger is 17 years old. She lives in White River Junction, VT and has been involved with Day of the Girl since 2015. She is especially passionate about body positivity, ableism issues, LGBTQ+ issues, and breaking down rape culture. She runs the gender equality club at her school, and in her free time she loves to dance, write, and listen to indie music - especially The Front Bottoms.
Blythe Drucker is 18 years old. She is from Winston Salem, NC and has been involved in Day of the Girl since 2015. Blythe is particularly interested in issues surrounding women in media and women and religion. She is the founder and president of the Feminist Society at her school. In her free time, Blythe enjoys reading, eating, dancing, and traveling.
Hannah Hildebolt is 17 years old and she has been involved with Day of the Girl since 2015. She lives in Manhasset, New York. In addition to gender equality, Hannah is also passionate about LGBTQ+ issues, mental illness issues, and racial equality. She enjoys reading, Blink-182, writing poetry, and holding long, philosophical conversations with her teachers.
Zaniya Lewis is from New Jersey. She is a freshman at the Catholic University of America majoring in Politics. She is passionate about girls education, women in politics, and race relations. She was featured alongside First Lady Michelle Obama in the May issue of Seventeen Magazine. She is the co-founder of the New Jersey National Guard Teen Panel and Kindness Project. Her mission is to inspire others to use their passions to make a difference. During her free time, she loves to play basketball and hang out with friends.
Bhavana Ravala is 16 years old and currently a junior at Normal Community High School in Illinois. She has been involved with the Day of the Girl Movement since September 2016. Bhavana is naturally passionate about gender equality, but she specifically cares deeply about girls' education and representation in politics, especially in developing countries. Aside from Day of the Girl, Bhavana is also a 2016 ANNpower Fellow and an active member of speech team, congressional debate, and student council. Between extracurriculars and AP classes, she spends her little free time enjoying Parks & Rec and fangirling over Harry Potter or another good book with her friends.
Shreeya Singh is 17 years old. She is from South Florida and goes to Pembroke Pines Charter High School. When she is not happily accepting the label of ‘fierce feminist,’ Shreeya is busy participating in congressional debate, making art, or writing poetry. Her passion for gender equality is almost matched by her passion for the study of middle eastern foreign policy, thai food, and Game of Thrones.
Eliana Stanislawski is 21 years old. She is from Washington, D.C., and she has been involved with Day of the Girl-US since its origins in 2010. Currently a senior at Clark University majoring in International Development and Social Change, Eliana is deeply passionate about reproductive justice, restorative justice, and displacement and migration issues. When she is not wrapped up in social justice, Eliana can be found laughing too loud, reading plays in the bookstore with friends, or - most likely - eating some hummus.
Christina Wang is 16 years old. She lives in New Jersey and is currently a high school junior. She has been involved with Day of the Girl since May of 2015. When not discussing feminism, Christina enjoys creative writing, participating in Model UN, and procrastinating on schoolwork via online shopping.
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