Ever wonder what’s the story behind the women in construction? Traditionally, such a man’s job, why would women even think to go into it? Today, Tanzira Rashid, an 18 year-old studying Civil Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York, shares her insight. Hold on to your seat! Zig Ziglar once said, “There’s no elevator […]
About Sol Feldsztejn
Sol Feldsztejn is an Argentinian student majoring in Political Science at the University of St. Andrews, in Buenos Aires. She began writing from a very early age and has been giving public speeches for several years.
She graduated with honours from ORT High School, where she chose to specialize in Business Administration. She participated in many extracurricular activities, like Model UN, and is a volunteer for organizations ranging from climate awareness to fighting child malnutrition.
Entries by Sol Feldsztejn
When we talk about Women in STEM it’s usually to highlight how few there are. My goal in this post is to share the story of a young student who’s breaking this stereotype. Andrea de Anda Kuri at the age of 22 is pursuing not one, but two degrees in engineering. I promise you’ll walk […]
If there’s something we’ve learned in the last few years is that diversity in journalism is key to a democratic society. It is only through a plurality of opinions, points of view and experiences that we can truly understand each other. The power of inclusive storytelling is at the center of a more equitable future. […]
- Educating Girls as a Climate Change SolutionJuly 7, 2021 - 2:43 pm
Ugandan environmentalist Vanessa Nakate sees educating girls as a climate change solution. The young activist has personally witnessed the devastation caused by the climate crisis in Africa and is intimately aware of how difficult it is for those who are most affected to be heard. Something that has only made her more determined to create […]