Sumi Limbu is a Graduate student of Arts and Social Work, a compassionate learner, an activist who believes in the power of change and equality, and a lover of poetry and storytelling. She is one of the leader/changemakers of EmpoweHER 2018 (idea incubation leadership program initiated by Ujyalo Foundation) where her idea “SAKHI”, an awareness campaign about menstruation through comic books, received seed funding. She strongly believes that through education and working from the ground root level, one day we will be able to end deep-rooted patriarchy in society. Sumi is currently working at United World Schools Nepal as a Communication and Knowledge Management Officer. Through the incubator she intends to create a comic book exploring different social issues such as menstruation, comprehensive sexual education, gender and sexuality. The aim is for these comic books to help young people gain a better understanding of their bodies and their rights, and also act as an advocacy tool.