Smitha R. Chadaga serves her community by working at a safety net hospital and teaching residents and medical students. But shortly after the 2016 election she realized she was not doing enough for her community and her democracy. She cashed in all of her frequent flyer miles to attend the Women’s March in Washington DC. After the march she came home and found the Indivisible Guide and the Indivisible Movement. This led her to Indivisible Oregon where she is an organizer and leads the policy team. From there she started the podcast End Times Pep Talk, with two other Indivisible Oregon organizers. While the time since the election has been one of the hardest in her life it has also been one of the most rewarding. She firmly believes that with each conversation, action, post and call we will move forward. Towards our goals. Towards our future. Which will be better and bright.