We are very happy to announce that Megan Singh Sidhu will be speaking at the 2018 Chicago Conference.
Megan has been an activist since the age of 8 years old, starting with her first fundraiser performing door-to-door holiday concerts to benefit endangered whales. From that young age, she has been a fierce advocate for women and children’s rights through her work in advocacy and fundraising efforts. She originally joined Heshima Kenya in 2012 as the summer Communications Intern where she became truly inspired by the impacts of the organization. In 2015, she returned to Heshima Kenya to lead communications and donor cultivation.
Megan holds a Bachelors degree from Pitzer College in Anthropology and her self-designed major of Ethics and Engagement in Developing Countries. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of TUF Cookies and Women for Women International.
Her story is inspiring, and it would be inspiring for the delegates to hear it.
It is important that they understand that they are not too young to have their voices heard and that they can begin making a difference now.