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Aug 13, 2020

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Srishti shares how her project came about and the statewide impact her project has had on organ donation, especially for teens in drivers education.

More from Srishti: Srishti Gowda has been a Girl scout for eleven years. She has earned all three of the highest awards in girl scouting: the bronze, silver, and gold award. She has been a Gift of Life Michigan volunteer for the past four years and started a club at her high school called Gift8Lives. Music is another passion of hers, and she’s been playing the violin since first grade. She extended this love of music towards volunteering, and spends time playing the violin to patients at a local hospital. Through girl scouts, she’s learned that volunteering doesn’t need to be as drastic as a trip to build a house in a third-world country. It can be as simple as playing a few pieces of music for hospital patients to brighten their day. She was appointed as a Health Equity High School Ambassador by the University of Michigan’s School of Public Health outreach program, where she works to promote future Health Equity High School Summits and teach peers about the importance of a health equitable community. Because of her love of advocacy, serving the community, and interacting with patients, Srishti wants to study public health in college and eventually go into the medical field.


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