Dianne Lam is a program assistant at the Social System Design Lab at the Brown School at Washington University in Saint Louis, where she works as team to learn about and master systems thinking/system dynamics activities, develop/maintain relationships, and plan/coordinate for this year’s Youth Summit on Youth Homelessness. She graduated from Ritenour High School, class of 2016, and is currently pursuing a higher education at Harris-Stowe State University; majoring in Secondary Education with an emphasis on Math. She is a Camp Snowball facilitator on a core module named, “Find Your Voice, Take the Lead!”. She believes that youth should be given the correct skills to empower themselves to find their passion, as others have helped her do for herself. Dianne is very passionate in studying and social justice issues and finding solutions to produce and reform positive social and educational transformation. She also enjoys traveling, interior designing, working with youth, and spending time with her amazing family and friends.