30 Under 30: Cal Poly’s Most Influential Womxn 2019


Womxn who will change the world. Womxn who already are.

Last year, now Cal Poly alumna Amanda Stahler designed a Women’s Opportunity Center and Cooperative in eastern Rwanda, working closely with a group of ten women who started their own sewing cooperative in the Rubona and Ntunga Village. Before becoming ASI President, Jasmin Fashami went to Sacramento to represent Cal Poly and advocate against an increase in tuition fees. Aerospace engineering junior Lacey Davis was selected as the driver of world’s fastest solar powered car. In 2018, these womxn, along with 27 others, were chosen to be on The Wire’s 30 under 30 list. Though they come from vastly different backgrounds and majors, they all have one thing in common: Influence.

The Wire is back with our second annual 30 under 30: Cal Poly’s most influential womxn. We are looking for the leaders and the change-makers, the womxn that go above and beyond their job descriptions to affect our campus, our community and our world. This year, The Wire continues to strive to celebrate the young influencers in categories ranging from social activism and community outreach to clubs and sports. We are looking for womxn who embody our Four I’s of Leadership: Inspiration, Influence, Innovation and Impact.

“Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It’s about impact, influence and inspiration. Impact involves getting results, influence is about spreading the passion you have for your work, and you have to inspire teammates and customers.” -Robin S. Sharma

Find the 2019 List here .

Find the 2018 List below:
30 under 30 by Women in Business Wire on Exposure