CO-FOUNDER & CEO
Devishi is a 18-year old social entrepreneur from the Chicago area. She serves as the Director of Partnerships at Zero Hour, an international youth-led climate organization. She is also on the National Council at UNICEF USA. Devishi has worked with Unilever, Salesforce, and many others on sustainability and youth-led initiatives, and with Mogul on marketing. She has been featured by the EarthX Conference, UN Youth Climate Summit, and the We Movement.
CO-FOUNDER & COO
A sophomore at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, Isabel is currently studying business strategy with a minor in sustainability. She serves as a UNICEF USA advocacy lead, Director of Communications for Ross's DEI Committee, and business analyst for 180 Degrees Consulting. Her experiences lie within the intersection of climate justice, business, and sustainability. She has also interned for American Family Insurance Instituate for Corporate and Social Impact.
Entering her freshman year at Purdue University, Ella is a driven individual heavily involved in her community. She leads through example by keeping academic standards high, accepting leadership roles in her school, and helping lower-income families through volunteer service. In college, her focus will be business & finance centered, and she will continue to place precedence on the progressive mindset for future generations.
With a special focus in mental health, Srilekha is a 17-year-old creator, founder, & social entrepreneur. She is a freelance writer and has been featured in publications such as Business Insider, Mashable, Urban Asian, The Tempest, & more. Srilekha is also the founder of Plannr Consulting, a student-led nonprofit striving to spread mental health awareness. Click here to learn more.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT DIRECTOR
Kamaldeep D is 18 years old and from Toronto, Canada. She has a passion for mental health, diversity & inclusion, and climate advocacy. Currently, she serves as President of her school's environmental club and works with various local community organizations. In the future, she hopes to continue working on promoting sustainability in business, education, and technology.
Rebecca is a first-year student a Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. She is a passionate student leader, entrepreneur, & political advocate, spearheading many projects, which have impacted youth internationally, nationally, and locally in human trafficking, environmental/climate action, healthcare, and more. She leads the consulting program, where she helps clients and businesses recognize the balance between sustainability and profitability, values that aren't mutually exclusive.