Global Advocates & Champions

Global Advocates

Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan

Queen of Jordan


Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah was born Rania Al Yassin on August 31, 1970. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the American...

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Brooklyn and Bailey


“We have always loved serving others, doing anything we can to help those in need. Girl Up gave us an amazing opportunity to give back and be part of something bigger than what we could do on...

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Cara Delevingne

Model, Actress


“I’m truly honored to add my voice to the work Girl Up is doing to empower young women and create an entire generation of female leaders. As I’ve traveled the world, I’ve seen the power that...

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Katherine McNamara


“By encouraging girls worldwide to step up, Girl Up is not only affecting this generation, but creating a positive influence on future ones as well.”

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Monique Coleman

Actress, Global Youth & Girls Advocate


“I believe that by supporting girls, we foster stronger communities, a healthier planet, and a sustainable future. One uneducated girl is too many. One empowered girl can change the world.”

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Nigel Barker

Fashion Photographer, TV Personality


“The unique ‘for girls, by girls’ approach of the Girl Up campaign harnesses the enthusiasm of girls in this country —”

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Priyanka Chopra

Actress, Singer, Former Miss World


“I am joining Girl Up because I firmly believe in the campaign’s mission, that every girl, no matter where she is born, should grow up safe, healthy and empowered.”

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Rebecca Soni

Former US Olympic Swimmer, Athletic Success Consultant

“The most valuable thing to me is helping girls everywhere have the same opportunities available to them as I did growing up. I strongly believe we can all make a difference in the lives of girls...

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Victoria Justice

Actress, Singer


“I am proud to be a part of a campaign that is working hard to make sure girls everywhere have opportunities to better their lives.”

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Wade Davis

Former NFL Player, LGBT Inclusion Consultant


There’s no reason for any young boy to not want to be a part of Girl Up, so we must be thoughtful when engaging young boys and make sure we talk with them — not at them. That’s why I’m so...

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