Sneha Wadhwani is a 20 year old activist, poet, and shameless idealist working towards a more just world. As a student in McMaster’s Arts and Science program, Sneha hopes to use her education to tackle the world’s most pressing human rights issues. At McMaster, she advocates as a member of the President’s Advisory Committee for Building an Inclusive Committee and conducts research for the McMaster Student Union Advocacy Team and the MacPherson Institute’s Equity Stream Student Partners Program. Aside from her work at McMaster, she was the co-founder of Peterborough Youth Empowerment, a local youth engagement initiative which planned a social justice conference and has championed climate advocacy in the city. She was also the leader of the youth research team for “Women on the Ballot,” a book about female representation in Canadian politics, for which she presented at Harvard Kennedy School. Whether as a volunteer, employee, or supporter, Sneha hopes to dedicate her time and energy to meaningful social and environmental justice work. When she’s not trying to save the world, Sneha enjoys kitten cuddles, yoga, and all things food.