Lilly Reynolds has been a resident of Eagle County for her whole life. She started her advocacy work in her sophomore year of high school, first focusing on mental health and how to better connect youth to mental health resources. She soon began her work with tobacco policy to protect local youth in Avon. After the town of Avon passed their Tobacco21 initiatives, the movement quickly spread throughout the region. Lilly has testified in front of multiple towns, counties, and at the state level to advocate for limiting youth access to addictive products and hopes to inspire others to start their own advocacy journeys. She plans to continue helping her peers, now at the cessation level through her internship with Public Health. Lilly hopes to go to college in the field of public health or public policy and continue to be the change she wishes to see in the world.