Andrew Plotch

Founder, Fight Apathy Campaign

Andrew Plotch founded the Fight Apathy Campaign in 2011 which has catalyzed conversations between 300,000 high school students and empowered them to take action across the country and around the world. He has won the national Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award and the national Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives Youth Activism Award. He has presented his work and held activism workshops in Boston, Washington, New Jersey, and New York City, including a speech on youth engagement at the United Nations. A New Jersey native, Andrew attends Middlebury College where he studies political science, economics, and Spanish. He loves to hear from readers, activists, millennials (or anyone else). He email is and he is on Twitter at @Plotch.