So She CAN Inspires, Empowers, and Unites Writers From All Over the World

Promly Intern, Christina Kodsi and Promly Founder, Jen Libby, had a great conversation with Alysa Monteagudo, a teenager from the United States who’s passionate about Asian American Pacific Islander issues, women’s rights and empowerment, medical racism, and increasing female representation in STEM! 

Alysa created So She CAN in 2020 to help empower others to voice their powerful opinions and bravely act.  As an Asian female, she hopes that she can help inspire marginalized people to take big steps and reach their highest potential!  So She CAN publishes articles regularly from Gen Z writers from all over the world. Definitely tune it to hear more! 

Listen to the podcast here on Buzzsprout and other streaming services: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1304890/8575663-so-she-can-inspires-empowers-and-unites-writers-from-all-over-the-world-alysa-monteagudo-built-so-she-can-to-ignite-change-for-marginalized-communities 

Listen here on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4Vj33fGtOSDRx5ERjJdxVa

Listen here on Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/the-promly-garden/so-she-can-inspires-empowers-and-unites-writers-from-all-over-the-world-alysa-monteagudo-built-so-she-can-to-ignite-change-for-marginalized-communities/PE:6352289

Check out So She CAN here: https://soshecan.wixsite.com/organization/news 

If you’d like to get involved with So She CAN: https://soshecan.wixsite.com/organization/get-involved 

Published by Maddie Morton (she/her)

Maddie Morton is a senior in high school and has been an intern at Promly since November 2020. She is interested in pursuing a major in Psychology in college and enjoys going on hikes with her friends and family.

The views, opinions, and stories expressed in Promly Garden articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position or policy of Promly.org. We aim to give Gen Z a voice and welcome articles and opinions from Gen Z contributors who want their voice to be heard. Please send any articles, poetry, or artwork you’d like to see published on the Promly Garden to heypromly@promly.org.

With immense gratitude, the Promly Team