Farhin Ahmed is a final year student of the Department of English and Humanities, BRAC University, completing his double major in English Literature, and Media and Cultural Studies. He is also a social entrepreneur by profession, with contributions to social impact sectors ranging from youth empowerment to community development to mental health advocacy. His areas of interest include but are not limited to post-colonialist theory, gender studies, contemporary media and globalization studies, the development of collective identity, and arts and culture as a means for human rights. In 2021, Farhin represented Bangladesh at the annual International Conference on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure and his article was shortlisted for their essay competition. Furthermore, his mental health initiative was awarded one of the 2022 Student-Led Initiative Grants, created to assist activities undertaken by students across the Open Society University Network through the OSUN Center of Human Rights and the Arts (CHRA).