I was raised in Bangladesh and relocated to the United States in 2019 to pursue my college education. During my time in Bangladesh, I actively volunteered at a school affiliated with Zonta, an organization dedicated to supporting underprivileged children aged 5 to 9. My academic background includes a major in Media and Communications Studies, complemented by double minors in Entrepreneurship and History. Recently, I successfully graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County. When I came to the United States, I still wanted to contribute towards the welfare of children. As a result, I became a member of the UNICEF Club at my university and eventually assumed the role of Vice President. Throughout my involvement with the club, I took on various responsibilities, but the most fulfilling aspect was the opportunity to make a positive impact. I actively participated in organizing fundraisers and events to support the club's initiatives, while also contributing towards providing aid to victims in Yemen and Lebanon. In addition to my involvement with the UNICEF Club, I had the privilege of volunteering at the Women for Empowerment Conference held in San Diego in 2019. This experience allowed me to gain valuable insights into how women can break free from societal constraints and inspire others to step outside their comfort zones.