Maryam Montague is passionate about women’s and girls’ rights. As a humanitarian aid worker, she has traveled the world working on diverse assignments, including running nation-wide women’s political advocacy campaigns, developing women sensitive voter education programs, and training women to run for political office. She is the founder and director of Project Soar, a non profit organization training 1000+ teen girls to be feminist leaders in Morocco and Uganda. She is also the founder of Agent GirlPower, the Arab world’s first feminist apparel brand in Arabic and English. She has been featured in over 100+ media outlets, including CNN and the BBC, and was recently the subject of the New York Times Saturday Profile as a person changing the world around her.