Saha Salahi is a first generation Afghan-American muslim womxn who’s sense of responsibility for creating community has bolstered her into a leader. Saha is engaged in a variety of organizations and programs to help other young women students learn political leadership skills, policy analysis, and training on how to run for office. Saha is currently the Secretary at CSUN As a founder of the first UNLV chapter for IGNITE National, Saha serves as the District 4 Coordinator for the Nevada Center for Civic Engagement, where she provides support for the civic education courses in K-12 schools in the region through the“We the People” program. In this role, Saha assists to cultivate the coaching for professional development bootcamps, in-classroom practice hearings, and district and state competitions. She is also the primary program administrator for Congressional District 3 where she facilitates communication with the state coordinators; high school administrators, and Congressional staff. Additionally, Saha is a Student Researcher at Brookings Mountain West and the Lincy Institute. She hopes to be an advocate for minority groups and use her voice to bring forward equitable reform at a local and national level.