Hope Ghazala (no pronouns, name only) is a Licensed Social Worker, facilitator, and organizer. Hope has grounded Hopeself in fostering leadership development, particularly for youth of color. Experiences working as a popular and political educator in museums, domestic violence, consent campaigns, and the youth climate movement have expanded Hope’s passion for making information accessible and spaces value multicultural experiences. As a proud Muslim and self-proclaimed “Egypt-o-Rican”, Hope receives power and guidance from Hope’s spiritual and cultural identities. Hope finds purpose in cross-pollinating and uplifting the needs and voices of disinvested communities. At PeoplesHub, Hope focuses on connecting people with each other and with the knowledge to sustain and thrive. Hope is a native New Yorker who loves exploring NYC, traveling internationally, dancing, and reading cross-cultural fiction.