I am a Secretary General at NYCM. For me, my university helped me to get out of my comfort zone, to break my barriers, to not only learn how societies work, but also how I function in a society and how can I contribute to it. Most importantly, the people that I have met in that journey thought me to be unapologetic of who i am. I am a person that loves reading books and gaining new knowledge, but what inspires me the most are people, especially young women. I find it fascinating how young women succeed in a system that is made for them to fail. They do not let the obstacles stop or define them, and they find a way to make them a learning experience. This, however, often comes with the price of their mental health and what I would really love to do is create a society where women will have an equal start. I would like to teach young women that it is OK to have interests that are predominantly viewed as male, that it is OK to be strong, that it is OK to be successful, that it is OK to be whoever they want to be, and that they don’t owe anyone an apology or explanation for their happiness.