Ariella Neckritz

United States

  • City, State: Berkeley, California
  • Geographic Location: North America
  • Age: 20

About me:

Let me introduce myself. My name is Ariella Neckritz. I am I enjoy backpacking, bakeing(especailly cupcakes), singing in the shower, and creating any form of art.

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In addition to being a student I am also the founder of an up-in-coming organization called Youth Service For Change which acts as a bridge between teen volunteers and Bay Area nonprofits. Based on passsion and interest we match young adults with organizations in their area. I belive that that teens, the next generation, are the future and together we can make change!

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From Women, Power and Politics:

Girls Helping Girls

Sejal Hathi is a 17-year-old student at Notre Dame High School, in San Jose, California. In 2007, when she was 15, Sejal founded Girls Helping Girls, an international non-profit organization connecting girls from the United States with girls from other countries. The organization fosters self-esteem and helps young women dialogue about important issues, nurture cross-cultural friendships, and collaborate to create social change in their local communities.

From Women, Power and Politics:

Fashion Is Political
Robin Givhan, the Pulitzer prize-winning fashion editor for the Washington Post, writes about the fashion industry and the ways in which it influences the lives of ordinary people who seldom find themselves walking along a red carpet. She refuses to accept the notion that fashion is somehow for "other" people. Instead, her goal is to show her readers that we all participate in "fashion" every time we dress ourselves. Fashion, in her opinion, is the most personal form of communication we have. It expresses who we are, and, more important, it expresses how we wish to be perceived.


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