Shreya Mantha

Thrive Global Campus Editor-at-Large from Stanford University

Shreya Mantha is a freshman at Stanford University studying Management Science & Engineering.

She is the Founder of Foundation For Girls, a youth-led social venture that endeavors change the life-trajectory of vulnerable girls. Through a network of “caring coaches” and programs in Digital Literacy, Financial Wellness, Leadership, and Health & Well-Being, Foundation For Girls helps vulnerable girls get on the path from dependence to independence. Working with trafficking survivors, abandoned teen moms, homeless, and refugees, Foundation For Girls provides them with access to coaches and tools they need to realize their full potential, find their passions, and become strong, confident, and self-reliant women. Since its inception in 2014, Foundation For Girls has impacted over 2,100 girls, while conducting 350 workshops and investing over 16,000 hours in girls in crisis. Shreya leads Foundation For Girls’ Digital Literacy program as it aligns with her interest in data science and AI for social good.

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The Overuse of Phones Is Eroding Human Connection and Stunting Students’ Learning. Are “Phone Banks” the Answer?

by Shreya Mantha
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How I Thrive? “Just Keep Swimming”

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