Our ambassadors are committed to helping us raise awareness of the work we do with girls and young women.

Stacey Copeland

Sportswoman
Stacey is a boxer determined to empower other girls via her position as a celebrated sportswoman. She’s in the record books for becoming the first ever British woman to be crowned Commonwealth champion; just one of her many victories since she started boxing at six years old. Stacey has been involved with GFS since 2017 and she has given speeches at our events.
She says: “Gender should never be a barrier to human potential” (GFS AGM, 2017)


Anne Boden

British tech entrepreneur
Anne is not only challenging the legacy banks, she is a pioneer of gender equality in the financial services industry. Starling has signed the Women in Finance Charter and launched their #MakeMoneyEqual campaign on International Women’s Day 2018. The campaign released their research exposing the discrepancies in the way that the media talks to men and women about money. “Money is genderless – and if we want to achieve parity and equality for the sexes, we need to speak the same way to everyone about money,” says Anne.
She says: “We’re always happy to hear of initiatives like Girls Friendly Society which provide so much insight and inspiration for young women to build their career aspirations.”