Ella Patrick is a senior at Wofford College in South Carolina. She founded She’s Here Campaign in 2016, and has run the organization as the Chief Executive Officer, as well as DIgital Media Manager since then. She is a Chinese Major and Film and Digital Media Studies Minor. Ella has a heart for serving others, and is passionate about female empowerment. Ella started She’s Here after traveling to Tanzania and seeing the problem first hand of girls missing school because of the taboo surrounding menstruation. Since then, she has been dedicated to raising awareness to end period poverty.
Olivia Schraibman is a senior at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. At She’s Here, Olivia serves as the Chief Operations Officer, International and Non-governmental Relations Coordinator. She is a Government major and International Affairs minor and hopes to one day work for an International Humanitarian Organization. She For as long as she can remember, Olivia has always had a passion for serving and impacting the lives of others. Inspired by these passions and desire to find a more permanent means through which she can raise awareness for poverty and improve social mobility in developing countries, Olivia joined Ella in her mission to further She’s Here in 2017.
Olivia Groce is from Greenville, South Carolina and is a senior at Wofford College. She is a Finance and Spanish double major and is interested in pursuing a career in hospital administration upon graduating. At She’s Here Olivia acts as the Chief FInancial Officer and Campus Outreach and Event Coordinator. Aside from her studies, Olivia was consistently involved in many activities to give back to the community while growing up through her school, church, and various non-profits. She has always enjoyed serving others and found that The Space was a great way for her to continue to do so. In 2017, Olivia joined Ella in her journey with She’s Here to continue to give back to the community by raising awareness for feminine hygiene in Tanzania.
Mackenzie Syiem hails from North-East India and is currently a freshman at Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She is intending to major in English with a Business minor, in the hopes to work in Communications and Marketing. Menstrual equality has always been a dear cause to Mackenzie. She experienced the effects of period stigma first hand while growing up in India. So in 2019, she joined She’s Here Campaign with a passion to end period poverty and period stigma. She currently serves as the Marketing and Social Media coordinator.
Grace Gehlken is a student at Wofford college where she is planning to double major in Spanish and Business Economics. She realized her love of serving children while working with the LAMB institute in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. As a result, she strives to be an agent for change through researching and supporting sustainable poverty alleviation solutions. Grace has advocated for She’s Here through journalism and social media promotion and excitingly joined the She’s Here team in 2019 as the Ambassador Program Coordinator.