My name is Siddhi Pal, and I am a 22-year-old college graduate from Delhi, India. Over the course of the last few years, I founded one of India’s first Girl Up clubs, served as a Girl Up Regional Leader for South Asia, and hosted a workshop on healthy activism at the Girl Up Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. Almost a decade ago, I co-founded India’s first Gay-Straight Alliance at the school level, and since have established an NGO that advocates for gender and sexuality-based equality in India and Sri Lanka, launched an international e-magazine with readership in over 13 countries, consulted with NGOs in 8 South-Asian countries while at a Commonwealth Youth Network, led a national organ donation drive, became the founding member of a start up in San Francisco, started a podcast to shift the narrative around conventional leadership with listeners in 17 countries, and developed an acute caffeine addiction. My advocacy efforts have been recognised by international organizations including the We Are A Family Foundation (New York), Global Changemakers (Switzerland), the Royal Commonwealth Society and the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust (United Kingdom). Often the only woman, person of colour, or the youngest person in the room, I have built unique perspectives on inclusivity. These experiences introduced me to the widespread application of Psychology and inspired me to pursue a BA in Psychology and Entrepreneurship from Ashoka University in New Delhi, which I followed up with an MSc in Organisational and Social Psychology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. The support of an international network of young women with shared passions has been a key driver in my journey so far, with the Girl Up community in particular inspiring me at every step of the way. I am incredibly excited about Girl Up’s partnership with the WealthiHer Network, and the opportunity it presents to meet more female peers, leaders, and experts from around the world. I look forward to theWealthiHer Network x Girl Up Next Level Leadership Program, growing myworkplace leadership skills, learning to make successful financial decisions,and becoming the most empowered version of myself.