SGV launches EY STEM program at Rizal High School

SGV launched the EY STEM program at Rizal High School, Pasig on 26 April 2023 with 600 STEM students in attendance. EY Asean Business Consulting Leader, SGV Consulting Leader, and EY STEM Project Sponsor Rossana A. Fajardo (RAF), EY Asean/APAC Enterprise Risk Competency Leader, SGV Consulting Partner, and EY STEM Program Director Christiane Joymiel “Chin” Say-Mendoza (CSM), and SGV Talent Director and EY STEM Program Manager Luisa Hebron head the program.



Rossana and Chin with Rizal High School Assistant Principal Rowena Dimagiba and STEM Department Head Ma. Victoria Señase during the EY STEM program launch



Rossana, Chin, and Luisa with Rizal High School STEM Faculty pose for a group photo


The EY STEM Girls program was recently launched by EY Ripples and Women in Technology (WiT). It aims to recognize, uplift, and empower the next generation of girls in STEM and help break gender bias. The program also introduced the EY STEM app, a gamified mobile platform where girls aged 13 to 18 can engage in fully digital and real-life activities designed to be played like educational games and activities with high-quality STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) content to foster an interest in STEM in a way that is exciting and fun as well as explore STEM-related careers.


Rossana commenced the launch by giving her opening remarks. She gave a short background of the Firm, its Purpose to nurture future leaders for a better Philippines and its initiatives in helping bridge the STEM gender gap in today’s technologically driven society. RAF also talked more about the app, its launch process, and its goals.


RHS STEM Department Head, Ma. Victoria Señase welcomed the SGV representatives and introduced the faculty and STEM sections. Chin and RHS Assistant Principal Rowena Dimagiba gave their respective closing remarks.

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