Anaebella Pioquid (2023)
From April 2021
Good day everyone! I am Princess Pioquid, currently a sophomore at a local science Highschool in the Philippines. I am very delighted to be a part of GSYJ as a Design Director where I'll get the chance to use my skills in sharing the wonders of STEM. At a young age, I have been fascinated by this field especially with research and robotics. With GSYJ, I can continue this passion of mine and I am very excited that I get to share it with a lot of people.
Seunghoon Chloe Han (2024)
From August 2021
Hello, my name is seunghoon Han, a current sophomore at a high school in South Korea. I’m really glad to participate in GSYJ as a new member of design director! As an ardent advocate for biology, i would love to design and create posters regarding updated issues. With GSYJ, I really hope to share new STEM developments to high schoolers who are not aware of technologies.
Jeewon Kang (2024)
From October 2021
Saint Paul Preparatory School, South Korea
Hello! I am Jeewon Kang, a sophomore at Saint Paul Preparatory School Seoul. I am honored to be a design director of GSYJ, and I am very excited to get to know the GSYJ family. Since I was young, I have shown interest to technologies and new devices. As technology changes rapidly these days, they intrigue me more as I follow up the development in smaller but stronger technology. By joining GSYJ, I want to inform more and more people about rapidly changing electronic devices which take a huge place of our lives. Not only introducing my interest to other people, I want to learn other STEM knowledges and get a wider view of the world.
Lillian Hiraoka (2022)
From July 2021
Monte Vista High School, USA
Hi there! My name is Lillian Hiraoka, I am currently a 17-year-old senior at Monte Vista High School in the USA, and I am one of the Design Directors of the Global STEM Youth Journal. I am really passionate about STEM and bringing out more diversity in STEM too, but specifically, I am interested in Applied Physics and will be aiming for an Applied/Engineering Physics degree on the pre-med track, trying to focus on Biophysics and the intersections of Physics and Neuroscience in college. Maybe I will stay as a Physics major, or maybe I will switch to Neuroscience, but regardless of my STEM interests, I am very excited to see what GSYJ can bring to all of us. I have so many interests in general, including physics, engineering, math, neuroscience, psychology, and music, but I hope to use all of these passions and experiences more in my future as a researcher, engineer, or neurologist. I strive to inspire the next generation of young leaders in STEM and give back to my world.