Grace Chenxin Liu
As a member of the Global Conference on Women's Studies Scientific Committee, 2022-2024 National Youth Advisory Council, 1000 Girls 1000 Futures, the Junior Academy of the New York Academy of Sciences (NYAS), and the Stevens Initiative Alumni, Grace was honored to be NYAS & Stevens Initiative Event Moderator, 2x National Winner of the American National Council of Associations of Chinese Language Schools Speech Contest, and the youngest and one of the selected few highlighted speakers at many international, national, and local conferences/events, which has inspired many students, especially girls and women, across six continents and from 100+ countries.
Grace is the Founder of Sharing to Empower, an internationally recognized global alliance to promote gender and sustainable development issues. Her sole-authored research is published in The Journal of International Women’s Studies. The United Nations published her first-authored research. She has worked on 10+ international research projects and developed technological solutions to real-world problems. Her team was the Winner of the New York Academy of Sciences - Junior Academy Global Challenge. Grace also volunteered to assist Nassau County’s Legislator for his Congress campaign, fighting for gender and climate justice. She has 40+ pieces of writing/artwork featured in academic journals, anthologies, newspapers, books, conference proceedings, and social media.
Her work has been recognized by the United Nations, the U.S. Department of State, the New York Academy of Sciences, the Aspen Institute, the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, the Royal Health Awareness Society of Jordan, Google, eBay, Cisco, Johnson & Johnson, Arm as well as featured by TED, Newsday, News12, Newsbreak, World Journal, China Press, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Player FM, and more.
Girl Empowerment and STEM Leadership
Advocating for Gender Equality and Sustainable Development
Young Women’s Entrepreneurship
Research to Empower: A Guide and Problem Solving for Student Researchers
A Teen’s Research Journey
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