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My name is Divya Rath, and I am an undergraduate junior student at the George Washington University. I am pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience with a minor in Public Health while on a pre-health track. I am extremely passionate about ensuring education accessibility, which is why I am involved in my college’s pre-health fraternity (Delta Epsilon Mu) education committee that promotes and organizes health literacy as well as college-focused educational events. I am a part of the Humanity First volunteer organization, a mental health crisis counselor with Crisis Text-Line, and a summer peer tutor for students in Brookeland, TX. I’m also very involved with and volunteer with the Universal Shraddha Foundation, a non-profit organization that seeks to promote spiritual, educational, mental, social, and cultural well-being of members of the greater Houston community.
Channel Kindness is a digital platform created by Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. It is a safe space for young people to tell their stories of kindness, resilience, and community. By highlighting the people and organizations that are doing good in their communities, Channel Kindness’ audience is inspired to create a kinder and braver world, one story at a time.