NATIONAL TEEN COUNCIL CO-VICE-PRESIDENT
Sanah Jivani is a senior at Klein Collins High School in Spring, Texas. She is an active public speaker, writer and activist. She is the founder of the “International Natural Day” movement, where she challenges individuals to love and accept themselves. International Natural Day, which started at her high school, is now in 28 countries and 11 schools around the globe. Her biggest goal in life is to see Natural Day on every single calendar ever printed.
“Service is about finding a cause and dedicating yourselft completely to that cause, no matter what you have to sacrifice,” Sanah said.
Aside from her service work, Sanah is the editor-in-chief of her school newspaper, a writer for the Smart Girls Guide, a Her Campus High School Ambassador, a member of the National Honor Society and a member of the Her Culture Team. She is a National Scholastic Medal winner who hopes to continue her career in writing, hopefully writing a bestseller someday.
As for college, Sanah hopes to attend Georgetown, NYU or University of Texas at Austin. She plans to work towards a bachelor of arts in psychology, so she can use her degree to help those struggling.
Sanah draws inspiration from a quote by Gandhi: “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”