Lauren Galley from United States is honored with The Diana Award for going above and beyond in her life to create and sustain positive change towards the empowerment of today's young girls.
The highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts – The Diana Award.
Established in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, the Award is given out by the charity of the same name and has the support of both her sons, The Duke of Cambridge and The Duke of Sussex.
View Lauren receiving her award at 34:22
"The GRL PWR PROJECT is a natural extension of the PINK brand – we are looking to help fund the dreams of young women who exemplify ambition, optimism and confidence,"
PINK's CEO, Amy Hauk.
Lauren Galley - Victoria's Secret PINK GRL PWR PROJECT Winner 2019
Alba Botanica teamed up with 5 women who defy clichés, create legacies and are completely unafraid to start a revolution.
Meet Lauren! A modern-day superwoman and fearless female, Lauren eats, breathes and sleeps girl power. At just 22 years old, she’s an award-winning mentor, author, and founder of Girls Above Society, a non-profit dedicated to empowering teen girls to feel confident and positive as they face pressures from today’s media-driven society. A victim herself of cyber-bullying in middle school, Lauren knows just how tough it can be for girls coming-of-age in a digital era. For Lauren, this issue is personal, which is why she created a 10-week curriculum and workshop that she hopes to one day take nationwide. Lauren doesn’t think that any girl should buy into what society pressures her to do, look like, or say, and for her it’s most important to surround herself with people and products that align with her core values (like us)!
Watch Lauren’s video to see her in action at one of her GIRL TALK workshops, inspiring teens and creating a whole ton of smiles.
Lauren Galley - President of Girls Above Society wins first ever $10,000 Nice Scholarship!
In honor of October’s National Bullying Prevention Month, Secret Mean Stinks is announcing the brand’s first-ever Nice Scholarship to celebrate the students who stand up to girl-to-girl bullying through the nice words and actions they share every day. The Nice Scholarship will award three students $10,000 each toward their college education in continued support of their efforts to make the world a nicer, bully-free place. (2016)