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This conversation is part of a series of episodes as part of “Tomorrow.” We’ll be streaming live with folks of all ages from across the globe every Thursday at 2pm ET. Learn more at remakelearning.org/tomorrow.
Norah Ostin is sixteen years old and a student at Oakland Catholic Highschool. She has been a teen advocacy volunteer at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh since the 6th grade. She is also in charge of Outreach for the Girls of Steel Robotics team and loves advocating for more accessibility to STEM resources all over Pittsburgh.
Amira Johnson is a 16 year old junior at the Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy. Her major interests lie within the computer and life sciences, specifically app development, artificial intelligence and genome editing. She is very engaged in community outreach and has served as a student ambassador for Technovation Girls and the president of the Black Student Union at her school.
Tomi Taiwo is 16 years old. She is an advocate for Immigrant and Refugees equal right in the Education system. She is part of ARYSE.
Hannah Barsouk is a junior at Taylor Allderdice, who has been volunteering as a mentor with PeerCorps, a social justice learning, volunteer, and leadership program, at Repair the World since the start of her sophomore year. She additionally participates in Senior2Senior, a program focused on building intergenerational relationships between teens and seniors, and has helped start their CHAT program, to connect the two groups virtually during the Coronavirus pandemic and continue having conversations, even as they are unable to be together physically.
Jory Strothers is a high school graduate of Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy and alumni member of the YMCA Lighthouse Project. He is an active rapper, producer and DJ who performs and releases music under the name J the Anomaly. But his connection with Remake Learning was long before his first single. Jory has been part of multiple programs such as; HIGHER ACHIEVEMENT, UNITED WAY, and the NEIGHBORHOOD LEARNING ALLIANCE which have all been stepping stones in his career. Someway, somehow Remake Learning was always around for him to have another opportunity to use his Voice.