https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/mh0os6vt7x.jsonp Ramya Arumilli, Ashley Duong, and Alice Zhang created a chapter of Period: The Menstrual Movement at Kamiak High School. The three work to make period products available in their school's bathrooms through petitions, letters to newspapers, and open conversations. Period @ Kamiak does work in education, advocacy, and policy with donating period packs to homeless women
https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/4t5doqigw2.jsonp Carina Ly is a student at Edmonds-Woodway High School in Edmonds, Washington. She is president of her school's Chinese club. She worked to make this club one of the largest at her school, with about 80 members. Her club organizes everything from mooncake tastings and ping pong tournaments to Chinese food dinners and calligraphy square painting.
https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/d638weyt7n.jsonp Madeleine Brown is a student at Interlake High School in Bellevue, Washington. She co-founded GOVAA, which is a nonprofit that fights gender-based violence through lobbying, raising awareness, and trainings. GOVAA also stocks local schools with GOBoxes containing personal care and sanitary products for students going through difficult life situations. To learn more, visit @ihsgovaa on
https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/z3kk7p557e.jsonp Tom Mikolyuk is a student at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, Washington. He and his partner received first place at the DECA International Competition for their marketing campaign for American Eagle. They created the campaign based on the philosophy "Live Your Why," which was inspired by Simon Sinek's Golden Circle of "What, How, and Why." Tom
https://fast.wistia.com/embed/medias/awljbhjecb.jsonp Michele Tang and Muhan Zhang are students at Interlake High School in Bellevue, Washington. They founded their school's Girl Up club (Instagram: @interlakegirlup) to raise awareness for the feminism movement and advocate for female empowerment. Despite the stigma associating feminism with supposedly bossy, loud women, Michele and Muhan worked through the difficulties and invested themselves in