At just 16 years old, Azé has already developed deep passions for educational equitability through her endeavors as a student activist. As a representative of the Newark Students’ Union, Azé has participated in several actions to display her dedication and drive for students’ rights. Her ultimate goal in being a student activist is to make educational opportunities and resources accessible to marginalized communities. Azé is involved in several extracurricular programs that include the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics, the Rutgers Future Scholars Program, the Science Park Jazz Band and Concert Band, as well as the Legion of Boom Marching Band. She recently received a $30,000 scholarship to attend the School for Ethics and Global Leadership in Washington, D.C. during the Spring semester of 2019 and still manages to keep her grades up. Azé is currently working on three business proposals as she aspires to be the CEO of her own non-profit organization and plans to use the skills she is gaining now to lay the foundation for a highly successful future.