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Sneha Revanur is a young leader in AI ethics based in San Jose, California, United States. As the founder and president of Encode Justice, an international, youth-led organization working to advance racial, social, and economic justice in the age of artificial intelligence, she has mobilized hundreds of students across 35+ U.S. states and 25+ countries to fight for an equitable technological future. Encode Justice's policy, advocacy, education, and research initiatives have had a tangible impact. Sneha's work includes overseeing an AI ethics workshop program that has reached 3,000+ high school students, many of them Black, Brown, and low-income, and training Encode Justice’s cadre of youth lobbyists, who have met with 50+ local, state, and federal lawmakers. Sneha wrote and published an op-ed for Teen Vogue about the success of the organization and the importance of student advocacy in pursuit of algorithmic justice, and was also profiled by the Thomson Reuters Foundation. She is a 2021 recipient of the Princeton Prize of Race Relations and a Youth to the Front Fund Frontliner.