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YingYing Shang

YingYing Shang

Teen Advisor to UN Foundation- Girl Up

Philadelphia, Other

I'm a freshman at Harvard University, a teen activist, and a blogger on girls' and women's issues.





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Editor-in-Chief of

Responsible for content creation at; writing newsletters to subscribers; blogging for tween audience

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The Huffington Post


Regular blogger in Impact (social causes), Teen, and Women; crossposted in Entertainment, Impact, Women; headlined in Teen for articles on entertainment, bullying prevention


United Nations Foundation

Girl Up Teen Advisor

Girl Up, an innovative campaign of the United Nations Foundation, gives American girls the opportunity to become global leaders and to raise awareness and funds for programs of the United Nations that help some of the world’s hardest-to-reach adolescent girls.

-represented Girl Up as speaker at Pennsylvania Conference for Women
-quarterly awareness events in community
-organized Sadie Hawkins dance raising $500 and awareness among high school students
-represented Girl Up at CARE Conference 2013
-blogger for Girl Up and UNF's Nothing But Nets Campaign
-selected as Teen Advisor of the Month for September 2012 and May 2013

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Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania

Girl Advisor to Board of Directors

Three Girl Advisors chosen from a constituency of 41,000 represent girls' voices at monthly Board of Directors meetings, representing Scouts. Served as first Girl Advisor ever elected for 2nd term; member of Girl Delegate Committee; drafted letter of recruitment distributed to increase girl participation. One of 14 scouts selected nationally to attend White House 40th anniversary of Title IX


Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania

Communications and Marketing Intern

Solicited advertisements for program guide SPARK magazine; sponsor outreach to promote community Take the Lead Awards; answered phones

Office of Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown, City of Philadelphia


Organized Philadelphia premiere of movie "The Help"; answered phone calls; distributed email invitations; managed social media

Harvard University

Conestoga High School