Sohayla Eldeeb is a student at Stanford University studying biology. She is a student activist serving as the current Director of Global Outreach at Zero Hour. Zero Hour is a youth-led movement that has organized the first youth-led march on Capitol Hill with an intersectional platform that focuses on climate justice. Sohayla's passion for climate justice started in Egypt where she curated a climate campaign focused on youth education. Aside from her activism, Sohayla pursues research on the intersection of climate and health at Stanford University, specifically focusing on hospital sustainability and community health. Intertwining her interests in public health and the environmental crisis, Sohayla works on researching the effects of the climate crisis on infectious diseases as well as the ongoing influx of climate refugees. She hopes her involvement within the movement will aid and inspire the path of other youth pursuing activism to better their futures.
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