Home Town: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh
Education: Post Graduate Diploma in Liberal Studies (Young India Fellowship, Ashoka University), Post Graduate Diploma in Counseling Psychology (Amity University), B.Tech. in Information Technology (Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University)
Specific Field Interests: Gender Equality, Mental Health, LGBTQ+ Rights, Dalit Rights, Animal Rights, Sustainable Development, Environment
Placement: Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh
Area of Focus: Education
Fellowship Project: Integrate gender education and entrepreneurship modules as part of a school curriculum for the Tibetan refugee community in India.
Highlights: Shivangi is serving as an American India Foundation (AIF) Clinton Fellow with the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) in Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh. For her fellowship project, she is integrating gender education and entrepreneurship modules into the school curricula for the Tibetan refugee community. Shivangi brings in diverse personal, academic and professional experiences to her work towards achieving gender equality. Having focused on providing gender sensitivity training and education matching, Shivangi runs her own social initiative called Drishtikona - Changing Perspectives, volunteers as a speaker for SpeakIn and as a Global Shaper for the World Economic Forum, and a Climate Ambassador for the International Youth Committee. Through her experiences, Shivangi has gained relevant skills including data collection and analysis; planning and strategizing; research and documentation, and more. Her personal and professional aims align with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals especially, UN SDG 5. It is her mission in life to make the world a more inclusive place for everyone and she is passionate about human rights and mental health.
Posts by Shivangi.Singh
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