Recently named in Forbes 2018 Under 30: Law and Policy, Aditi Juneja is making waves as an activist and strategic planner in open-source political tools.
Her project ResistanceManual.org is an innovative, crowd-sourced platform created to harness the collective power of the people to continue to make progress in their communities. The other OurStates.org connects communities to actionable information and tools needed to organize locally. Both are projects of StayWoke, a 501(c)(4) organization that engages thousands of learners, builders, and activists in the work of creating solutions to advance equity and justice in America
Juneja graduated Connecticut College in 2012 with an economics degree and graduated New York University School of Law in May of 2017 with a J.D. She plans to continue to use her legal training to create pathways for engagement with the government for all citizens so they can influence the policies that impact them. Juneja also lives with epilepsy, and self care is a vital part of her work. Recently, she helped launch a podcast to explore how different people sustain themselves in activism and movement-building.
To learn more about Juneja, follow her on Twitter at @AditiJuneja3