At Mission Red, we work under the same belief that community involvement is the key to solving menstrual health issues within our own communities. Because of this, we have come together to work as one to combat these demeaning social constructs.
Hannah is senior at Lake Braddock Secondary School in Northern Virginia. She is the service lead for Mission Red, responsible for organizing different events to serve the community. She was inspired to help start Mission Red because she believes that we know our communities and how to solve the problems we face the best.
Ali is a sophomore at the Potomac School in Northern Virginia. She is the project lead for Mission Red, responsible for the development and execution of various campaigns. Ali is inspired by Mission Red’s dedication to addressing menstrual equity problems within her own community. She is also the co-leader of PAVE Washington DC, an organization dedicated to shattering the stigma around sexual assault.
Vivian is a senior at John R. Lewis High School in Northern Virginia. She is the finance lead for Mission Red, responsible for organizing fundraisers and managing Mission Red’s finances. She helped to start Mission Red as a response to the menstrual health issues in her community, and she believes that those within the community can serve their community best.
Kendra is a senior at John R. Lewis High School. She is the event and organizational lead at Mission Red. She is super excited to be a part of this drive for change for women of our generation. She is inspired by all of the women who fight to reduce the stigma about natural and normal things like periods. Kendra also runs Girls Need Love, an organization centered around the molding of young girls and women across the world.
Amrita is a senior at John Lewis High School in Fairfax County, Virginia. She is the outreach lead for Mission Red and her role consists of reaching out to individuals and organizations to collaborate on menstrual projects and to support Mission Red’s goals. She was inspired to join Mission Red because she is passionate about fighting to end period poverty and menstrual inequity in our community and committed to serving those in need. Amrita is also an executive chair for HSDA Springfield.
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