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Youth Advisory Committee

The All Tribes Youth Advisory Committee is a highly selective group of middle/high school students dedicated to ensuring mental wellness for BIPOC individuals. The board provides a youth perspective on the organization’s endeavors and creates educational content to share just how important race-based care is for individuals all over the nation.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. For anyone interested, please apply here:

We also appreciate hearing the stories and voices of our community. For anyone willing to do so to help inspire others around you, please fill out this form:

Our Members

Shrey Raju (President/Founder)

Shrey is a high school student in California with a passion for law, politics, and LGBTQ-activism. Through All Tribes, Shrey hopes to share his experiences to inspire others and shed light on issues of intersectionality between the BIPOC and queer community. In his free time, Shrey is an avid debater and writer.

Salma Metwally

Salma is a California high school student interested in public health and psychiatry. She's passionate about health equity and hopes to become a race-conscious doctor for underserved populations one day. In her free time, she likes to crochet and do Taekwondo.

Mruthika Praburam

Mruthika is a rising senior in California. She’s extremely passionate about mental health and reducing the stigma around it. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with my friends, baking, running, reading, and listening to music.

Aarti Sant

Aarti is a high school student and gymnast interested in neuroscience and psychology. She hopes to bring a greater focus on mental health into the sports world, especially for those that do not see themselves represented in their sports. She also enjoys reading and photography.

Autum Stryker

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