Emily Motti: How has the pandemic helped with gender identity and gender expression?
Emily Motti is a member of Sigma Delta Tau from Oswego, Master of Public Administration from Binghamton University, and a 🔥 TikTok star 🔥 who frequently talks about gender identity, gender expression, and helps us communicate with partners or friends who have anxiety! Emily is incredibly driven to create and maintain sustainable change through community and political action. She works diligently to amplify the voices of vulnerable communities and bring their stories to the forefront of legislation at the local, state and national level.
In episode #122 of The Fraternity Foodie Podcast, We find out what it was like for Emily to grow up in Rockland County, New York, why she chose Oswego for her undergraduate experience, why Sigma Delta Tau was the right organization for her, how she got involved with politics and amplifying the voices of vulnerable communities, whether we are starting to move away from hate speech and aggressiveness from strangers as a society, how the pandemic has helped with gender identity and gender expression, self-help techniques for coping with mental illness, how we can help communicate with partners/friends who have anxiety, and her secret to a huge following on TikTok. Enjoy!