Suhani, Class of 2016, is an international student from Mumbai, India, with a double major in Economics and Global Health. She is inspired by women’s stories and finds fascination in change and dynamic structures. Suhani spent four years working in urban slum areas and rural communities on projects that involved adolescent girl’s health, water and sanitation, and social protection policy, and these experiences led to her goal of creating a large women’s network in India in concert with local individuals. Her gift is using discernment to connect others’ talents with opportunity. She says, “It may be a seemingly impossible task to create a world with less poverty and more beauty, but that’s what dreams are all about.”

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