Yes, take her word for it.

Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Gordon/Snell

Chenelle Gordon of Mount Vernon High School and Dr. Heather Snell of Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Sinclair/Reckling

Rowena Phyllis Sinclair of Mount Vernon High School and Kathleen Reckling, Director of Public Programs at ArtsWestchester. 

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Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Fagan/Lake

Kayla Fagan plays a special role in her mentorship with mentor Allison Lake at Westchester Children's Association.

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Ann Cairns Inspires

Her Honor Mastercard mentees had the privilege of meeting with Ann Cairns, Executive Vice Chair of Mastercard.

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Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Eugenio / Kaufer

Senia Eugenio, Mamaroneck High School and Meg Kaufer, President of STEM Alliance of Larchmont-Mamaroneck 

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Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Ward / Salmon

Denisha Ward from New Rochelle High School is very grateful for her mentorship with Kemesha Salmon, owner of TP Toys and Accessories.

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Team Highlight: Numi & Kesten

Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Numi/Kesten

Baghdad Numi was surprised when she first heard of her Her Honor Mentoring placement: Volunteer New York! “As a girl who’s interested in STEM fields,” Baghdad wrote, “I never expected to be in a volunteering place.”

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Team Highlight: Ricketts & Frankel

Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Ricketts/Frankel

When asked for three words they use to describe themselves, both Lori-Ann Ricketts and Robin Frankel independently began with “outgoing.” While this adjective certainly seems to match this mentoring team, their connection runs much deeper.

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Team Vera/Valdes & Escorcia at the 2018 Kickoff Luncheon.

Who's Who at Her Honor: Team Vera/Valdes & Escorcia

As a mainframe application developer and support analyst, first-time mentor Merlina Escorcia spends her days talking in Java and Python — languages crucial to her job writing code for IBM. Yet, despite speaking in ways understood by few, Merlina also deeply understands the power of communication. “Having the opportunity to talk to someone who has been through something that you are going through allows you to prepare yourself to face the unfamiliar,” she writes.

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