Student Ambassadors


Lotte Marie Galius


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Amalie Heath-Born

My name is Amalie Heath-Born and I’m from the UK. I attend St Marylebone School in Central London where I’m studying for my A’Levels.
I’m interested mainly in the human sciences and am studying Biology, Psychology and Politics. I think this program is helpful and important in terms of engaging our generation in looking at the challenges that face our planet, and also in empowering our generation to take these on.


Arianne Östlund


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Kee Jin wen


My name is Kee Jin Wen and I’m from Singapore. Science research is one of my main interests and I have been engaged in research for the last 5 years. One of my projects in 12th grade: the invention of a novel optical biosensor for monitoring drug production, gave me an opportunity to represent Singapore at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2018, where I met many likeminded individuals who believe that science can be used to better the lives of others. I hope that being a student ambassador for the Planet Earth Symposium would spread the importance of environmental and sustainability challenges, and raise awareness of developing innovative solutions to climate change.


Maisy Crow


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Sarah Crow

Sarah Crow is a 10th grader at The Hockaday School in Dallas, Texas. Hockaday, founded in 1913, provides a college preparatory education for girls (pre-k through 12th) of strong potential and diverse backgrounds who may be expected to assume positions of responsibility and leadership in a rapidly changing world. Sarah wholeheartedly pursues the Hockaday Mission: Believing in the limitless potential of girls, Hockaday develops resilient, confident women who are educated and inspired to lead lives of purpose and impact. Sarah is passionate about critical thinking and the study of science, technology and engineering, holding physics as her particular favorite. She loves the collaborative nature of solving science questions and delving into the unknown through experimentation. Sarah also loves inventing and building and has competed in national robotics competitions making it to the World Lego League Championships in 2017. This theme of changing the world for the better also applies to how she views planet Earth. “Earth is our only home for the foreseeable future. We need to ensure that it continues to be a great and sustainable place to live. We rely on its resources, so we must recognize how our activities alter the environment and climate and understand how to avoid change and risk to protect the planet. But also, the study and understanding of the earth is fascinating as it tells us of our own evolution and how our planet fits into the solar system.” Sarah is excited to be a student ambassador for the Planet Earth Symposium as it will be a great learning experience for her.


Shaina Eagle

Hi my name is Shaina Eagle and I am a junior in San Diego, California. Science, particularly chemistry, has been a passion of mine since I competed in the national science fair in the 8th grade. Now I work as a camp counselor at my local science center so I can share my passion for science and learning with others. I am very excited to participate in the Planet Earth Symposium so that I can help my peers participate actively in finding a solution to the problems that face our Earth




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Tia Piziali


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Ele Smalley


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