At Peru Champs we seek to turn talented girls from low-income backgrounds into the future agents of change that our country needs.
Nataly, Elizabeth and Alejandra are three girls who share a very important characteristic, besides the fact that they are Champs. Each one of them is a champion who owns a great talent with which seeks to inspire more girls and teenagers to fulfill their dreams and achieve their goals.
The first of them, Nataly, is an academically talented Champ who is part of the High Potential program, a training space for Champs with high academic performance and leadership projection. Her next goal is to study at a prestigious university abroad in order to become a great surgeon to take care of people's health and well-being.
Thanks to the leadership training she received, Nataly is very confident about her abilities and the importance of effort to achieve everything she sets her mind to. Her victories in the Champ MUN debates are examples of this, she always managed to show an outstanding performance proposing solutions to different social problems. Today, at the age of 14, she is convinced of her service vocation and her desire to contribute to the development of medicine and science in our country.
Elizabeth has another success story. She is a young karateka who belongs to our sports talent group. From a very young age she has shown admirable discipline in order to reach her maximum performance both in her studies and in her combats.
At 16 years old, she has won several regional and national championships. Her next goals are to represent our country in international tournaments and win a place on the podium for Peru. On a more personal level, Elizabeth dreams to becoming a great architect to design more sustainable cities. She also thanks the leadership training she receives at Peru Champs for the confidence she has in herself to achieve her goals and inspire many more girls to break any kind of stereotype.
One more case is the one about Alejandra. She is a 10 yers-old artist Champ, with an exceptional talent for music, highlighting her voice and ability to play the violin. Last year she was selected to be part of the prestigious national orchestra “Sinfonía por el Perú” and for the last two years she has been part of the Association of authors, composers and interpreters of Huanuco, where she is in charge of promoting and spreading the music of her region.
Like the other two Champs, Alejandra has a big dream. In a few years she wants to become a great violinist and professional woman in order to send a message of empowerment to peruvian girls through music.
In Peru Champs, we are committed to turn our Champs into the future leaders of a sustainable Peru, who lead and inspire more people to generate a real change in our society.
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