Mehar Gujral is a high school senior and youth activist from New Jersey. She is passionate about women’s rights, equal opportunity, and education reform on a local, national, and international scale. She currently serves as a national Teen Advisor for Girl Up, a campaign of the United Nations Foundation that works to empower and educate girls in developing countries, and as an activist with the SPARK Movement, an organization that fights against the sexualization of women and girls in the media. Additionally, Mehar has founded a project to help underprivileged girls in rural India, lobbied her representatives on Capitol Hill, successfully co-petitioned Google to make their Google Doodles more diverse, and spoken at the United Nations on the International Day of the Girl. In the fall, she will attend McGill University, majoring in Economics and International Relations.