Amenah Ghani is a Muslim teenager who loves helping out and making a difference in her community. While only 17, she enjoys spending her time speaking out about issues she is passionate about such as injustices faced by marginalized communities, educating others on issues prevalent in our society, and the lack of representation of women of color in the classical music world. Amenah is based in Montgomery, New Jersey where she is a Girl Scout, the president of Teens4Trenton Area Soup Kitchen, apart of Montgomery4justice to combat racism in her town, and works with a local chapter of Redefy in New Jersey. Through all her work, she brings her fervency and belief that communication and education are the first steps in producing tangible change. Amenah first joined Redefy in seventh grade with the hope of fostering conversations within her community and redefining stereotypes. Aside from social justice, she has a deep rooted passion for music and philanthropy . If you can’t find her she is probably singing, Amenah is apart of the Princeton Girl Choir, her high school Chamber Choir and treble ensemble.