"Stop the Spread" Poster Contest:

It is vital for the economy and public health that we can get back to daily life after this pandemic without causing another spike in COVID-19 cases. During the beginning of this pandemic, we held a contest to create a poster that effectively encourages measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 by finding a poster for our Ambassadors to promote throughout New York.

Receiving poster submissions from over 145 students across the U.S, our executive team was given the difficult task of choosing a winner.

We are currently promoting the winning poster in local high schools with the help of our pro-women sponsors. Check out the results!

Scholarship Winners

First Place

Taylor Thompson is a member of the class of 2020 at Guilderland High School and the winner of our “Stop the Spread” Poster Contest. We will be promoting Taylor’s creative and motivating poster in high schools throughout New York.

Second Place

Anika Griffing is a rising senior at Eastport South Manor Junior-Senior High School and the second place winner of our “Stop the Spread” Poster Contest. We are proud to recognize Anika’s work which demonstrates the strength and resilience of New Yorkers in this difficult time.

Third Place

Rachael George is a member of the class of 2020 from the Alabama School of Fine Arts and the third place winner of our “Stop the Spread” Poster Contest. Rachael’s poster clearly and cleverly encourages social distancing.

Honorable Mentions

Fourth Place

Ann Punnoose is a rising sophomore at Woodlands Middle-High School and the fourth place winner of our “Stop the Spread” Poster Contest. Ann’s poster shines with her artistic talent and dedication.

Fifth Place

Joy Chen is a rising senior at Community Health Academy of the Heights and the fifth place winner of our “Stop the Spread” Poster Contest. Joy’s poster uniquely encourages mask-wearing while tying in female empowerment.

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