Kirty Singh has been an activist since her teenage years. She started her journey in social justice through a youth development program named Sikh Coalition which helped youth advocate for issues faced within the Sikh community. Once she entered college, she wanted to continue to be part of advocacy and became involved with a student-run non-profit called New York Public Interest Research Group. As a Board of Director, she overlooked the Hunter College chapter to make sure students were ready to mobilize around a variety of different issues that affected them. She also interned with a local group on her campus fighting for welfare reform called Welfare Rights Initiative. She hopes to able to continue to learn about different movements and do her part as an ally and activist in supporting and growing all spheres of social justice.