Metti Temesgen is a junior at the University of North Texas studying Political Science and Public Health. She’s been working with grassroots movements like Setaweet Movement and Research PLC in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia focusing on women empowerment and women’s rights advocacy. She also has experience in sexual and reproductive health rights advocacy and has been working with LGBTQ+ health advocacy organizations to promote the health of marginalized communities. She’s currently working as a Peer Health Educator at the Meadows Center for Health Resources designing health programs focusing on women’s health and reproductive justice. She’s also a student leader for Texas Rising doing grassroots and digital organizing for reproductive rights, health and justice.