Sindhoori joined FemTruth Youth in August 2020 co-hosting workshops, managing branding, and social media, and attending legislative meetings. She starred in, edited, and moderated the debut online performance of Gaslit, A 3-Act Play, and manages all marketing aspects. Through the end of high school, Sindhoori held the role of secretary on the executive board.
Her background includes co-founding SheHelpsHer, a teen-run non-profit organization, Chief Sales Officer of Ezypull, a student company of Junior Achievement, Northern California, and as Ambassador for Generation She, a student-run non-profit.
Sindhoori now attends the University of California Riverside and plans to major in Pre-Business, eventually launching a FemTech company. She also plans to continue in the arts, storytelling through dancing and acting.
Through her work with FemTruth Youth, Sindhoori learned that “the highest reported incidence in an ethnic group was a study of South Asian immigrants in Britain, which found that just over half of South Asian women (52 percent) had PCOS.” Source: https://www.culturalhealthsolutions.com/recognize-pcos-in-south-asian-girls-and-women/