Pranjal Jain is an 18-year-old social justice organizer and activist. As a former undocumented immigrant, woman, and Indian-American, Pranjal’s personal experiences translated into her advocacy for women’s rights and self-empowerment. She first started organizing around bullying-prevention when she was 12 years old, holding workshops and serving as a peer educator. Since then, she has organized numerous social justice rallies and events, created curriculum centered around womxn’s issues, joined Brown Girl Magazine’s team as a writer for their politics/social justice section, and serves as Associate Director of GenZ Girl Gang. Pranjal recently founded Global Girlhood, an organization dedicated to empowering womxn globally through storytelling and the use of social media. She is a freshman at Cornell University and continues to use her voice to create change.