On my tombstone, I want it to read: Here lies Natalie Hurt; loving daughter; renowned actress; female icon.
Much like Charlotte Bronte as well as Emma Watson, I want to use my art in a way that makes a positive difference on society, primarily on behalf of women. In sixth grade was when I decided I was as a feminist. Freshman year was when I started to fight for that cause by starting a gender equality club at my high school, which has grown and thrived throughout my four years. Since then, I’ve attended monthly Democratic Women’s Luncheons, meetings with the Santa Barbara Political Committee, and even spent October in Nevada, volunteering for Hillary Clinton’s campaign. I plan to continue this commitment to social activist groups so that whatever mark I leave on this world, it helps to further increase female empowerment and gender equality with the power of my female voice.