speaking with saba
Saba Tshibaka, a current senior attending the University of Maryland, majoring in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and minoring in General Business. She’s been fortunate enough to participate in opportunities such as studying abroad in Israel (January 2019), interning at Google, Ann Arbor (Summer 2019), and interning with the Department of Treasury (Fall and Winter 2019). At the University of Maryland, she’s also been a part of a number of entrepreneurship related organizations: Hinman CEOs, Dingman Center’s Ladies First Founders, Start-Up Shell, and the Do Good Center’s Summer Fellows Accelerator program.
Saba Tshibaka, President of Black Terps at the University of Maryland, has an honest conversation about the importance of “showing up” and what it means to support a movement and those on the front lines. During this interview, she is at Tent City occupation at the Department of Education. Saba and other activists are calling attention to more equitable education for Black students. She talks about walking in the Women’s March in Washington D.C and receiving support from the SunRise Movement at George Washington University and mentorship from DeAndre Gates, an Atlanta Community Organizer.