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When she was a child, Kaitlyn Fitzgerald took on the responsibility of helping to heal her family. As a new graduate of Arizona State University, she is setting her sights on repairing the world.
Since high school, Fitzgerald has devoted her life to social justice — helping refugees and those in need in Phoenix and beyond...Read More
Avila was born in Mexico and moved to Arizona when she was just 11-years-old and eventually graduated from Arizona State University with a degree...Read More
For her work in the Native American community, Amanda Tachine is being honored today at the White House as a "Champion of Change." The ASU postdoctoral scholar aims to shed light on the struggles first-year Native American students face. In addition to recognizing those who empower their communities, the goal of the White House event is to inspire young women to recognize their potential for leadership.
They settled down in the Memorial Union, and later, at Changemaker Central. A student worker in Changemaker Central began speaking to the team, ...Read More
ASU student Courtney Van Bussum has founded startup FitStart Kids, a unique healthy-living tool for children struggling with obesity. Her idea started in the Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) program through the Fulton Engineering Startup Center. Read More
Arizona State University Changemaker Innovation Challenge has announced ARKHumanity as the grand prize winner of $10,000 seed money. ARKHumanity is a technology that scans Twitter for specific messages used by people in suicide crisis and connects the originator of the post with a trained volunteer and/or behavioral health expert for immediate support. Read More