Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca has received 3 recognitions so far this year in addition to many other she has revived last year. Among those she was nominated on the Forbes 30 under 30 for education. This is all thanks to her work. She created an app called Dreamers Roadmap that helps undocumented students find scholarships to go to college. Inspired by her personal story. When Sarahi graduated from high school she was not able to get any financial assistance from the guventmet to go to college because she was undocumented, therefore she was not able to go the college of her dreams right after graduation. She knew when that happened that one day she would fix this problem that affects 65,000 students a year. Since then Sarahi has competed her two years at a community college and graduated from Stanford. With her app she is currently helping nearly 20,000 students make a smooth transition from high school into college.
This years recognitions thus far are.
1. “100 Most Powerful Women 2017” – Forbes Mexico
2. “Agents of Change” – Univision; Premios Juventud
3. Assembly Certificate of Recognition – California Legislator; District 27