One way to help others remember your name is to give a unique self-introduction. Take me as an example. I am Chris, but I am a female. (Please do not say "I am a girl or boy or a female or male when facing each other, because it is redundant. You will see the listener and understand that.) You may doubt why I use a male-like name "Chris." Originally I named myself after a beautiful girl who had sense of justice and smartness in some ways in the TV series called Three Companies. Her name was Christina. So, I was Christina then. However, when my college teacher made a roll call, there came out two Christinas which confused my teachers and classmates. Although both of us loved this name, we still hoped to solve the problem. Thus, we discussed on it and decided to cut our name into two parts: Chris and Tina. My partner Christina was a sincere Christian, who hoped I could get the blessings from God. She wanted me to get Chris. I loved this idea, too. Then, whenever we introduced ourselves, we always stood together and said we were Chris and Tina. That is how I got my name. Interesting? Now, it is your turns to talk about yourself.
PS. You need to give your email account ASAP, so that you can start writing your introduction.
See the example: http://golive.liveabc.com/magazine/online/2008/soaking.asp