Meet Our New Young Women Ambassadors
Addie Carmichael and Emma Fields
Our two newest Young Women Ambassadors have already given great feedback on ideas for the Girls’ C.E.O. Connection programs. And they only joined within the last two months. Addie Carmichael, short for Addilae, is from Denver, CO and Emma Fields from Broken Arrow, OK. I want to share a little bit more information about them than what you might have read on Instagram or Facebook.
Both girls are sophomores in high school and excel in their favorite sports. Addie’s been playing volleyball for
nine years and has been part of the traveling club team for three years. She’s been captain of her team consecutively for the four years. She loves forming genuine connections with her teammates. Addie loves the world of performance and taking part in theatre at her school.
Emma loves golf and is on her way to being a young pro. I wouldn’t be surprised if she didn’t get a golf scholarship for college. She’s also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at her high school and a children’s ministry volunteer for her church.
Why Choose To Be Young Women Ambassadors?
When asked why they wanted to serve as Young Women Ambassadors Addie’s immediate response was “An entrepreneur is someone who seeks to pave their own way and take control of their future on their own terms. I’m not positive what direction I will go in my later career, but learning tools of a successful entrepreneur is applicable for whatever endeavor I choose to go into.” Emma’s been following Girls’ C.E.O. Connection for the past few months. She finds it inspiring and as she puts it so well, “I would love to represent part of the inspiration that the organization brings to other young women.”
I am thrilled to have Addie and Emma as Young Women Ambassadors for the next three years. I’m also looking forward to their valuable advice on what their peers really need to become self-sufficient and independent.