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Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia.
Sanjana Chhantyal (Business Administration, Remittances). Sanjana has a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a specialization in banking and insurance from Ace Institute of Management. She worked as a Marketing Officer in a trading firm and then moved on to working as a Research Officer in an investment firm. She is interested in examining the migration issues in Nepal and design financial products to direct remittance to productive sectors. She will be doing her Master in Business Administration with a focus on consulting and microfinancing.
International Education Development
The University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Shristi Mishra (International Education Development). Shristi is currently teaching at Ace School and is working on writing a book on the subject of “Occupation, Business and Technology” for grades 6,7 and 8. She is also the co- founder of an organization called “The Storytellers” which brings accomplished individuals from various fields to talk about their life story. Shristi wants to pursue her Master’s in International Education Development.
New York University, New York
Sahina Shrestha (Journalism, Digital Media). Sahina is the online editor of Himalmedia and was working as a reporter prior to it. Sahina is the recipient of the Center for Investigative Journalism Fellowship and was also awarded the Nepal Bidya Bhusan 'GA' (2014) by the Ministry of Education, Government of Nepal. Sahina wants to study digital journalism.
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
Seema Subedi (Public Health). Seema has a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health and is working toward her Master’s degree in Gender Studies. She has 3 years of working experiences in different public health organizations and has worked in the far-western region of Nepal. Seema wants to pursue a Master’s degree in Public Health focusing on sexual, reproductive and maternal health.
George Washington University, Washington D.C.
Medha Joshi (Public Administration, Education). Medha was a fellow for Teach for Nepal and taught English to under priveledged students at a public school in Lalitpur. While teaching, she also managed to secure funding grant to build a science lab for her school. Medha has a Bachelors’ degree in Business Administration and is completing her Masters in Rural Development. She wants to pursue a Masters’ in Public Administration.« Back