Arantza Peña Popo, a Colombian student living in Lithonia, Georgia, has been the winner of the eleventh edition of the national design competition, Doodle for Google. In the contest, in which elementary and middle school students from the United States take part, all participants had to use their imagination to create a Google doodle based on the theme: "When I grow up, I hope ..."

In an interview with Jimmy Fallon on his The Tonight Show, Peña Popo, he talked about the inspiration behind his Doodle. "My mother was the main inspiration of this Doodle ... She worked hard to get ahead and I thank her for all her sacrifices," she said.

As a prize, the winner's Doodle will be displayed on the main page of the search engine for a day and will also receive other prizes, including a trip to Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California."Arantza from Georgia won for her Doodle titled" Once You Get It, Give It Back. "Google is honored to award Arantza with a $ 30,000 college scholarship and a $ 50,000 technology award for her school," Google reported on its website.

google Arantza Peña Popo designed her Doodle inspired in her mother. Google

In 2018, Sarah Gomez-Lane, 7, won this contest with a Doodle that represented her desire to become a paleontologist.