MHR student Sharma selected as 2017 MINN Fellow

https://www.minnesotangos.org/content/summit-fellows

MINN is excited to announce the 2017 MINN Fellows! This year, we have nine dynamic professionals with a substantial track record of working with immigrant, refugee, and/or international communities.

The MINN Summit Fellowship program aims to foster diverse viewpoints at the MINN Summit and build a long-lasting relationship between traditionally underrepresented communities and MINN, as well as provide professional enrichment and networking opportunities.

Read about the 2017 Fellows here and be sure to join the MINN Summit Happy Hour at Town Hall Brewery to meet them.Richa Sharma

Richa T. Sharma is a Master of Human Rights candidate at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and the College of Liberal Arts, UMN. This past summer she interned with UNHCR's Division of International Protection at their headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland. Prior to graduate school, she worked at Ameriprise Financial and UN Association of Minnesota after graduating from Carleton College with a degree in Political Science/International Relations. Her interest in refugee issues stems from her lifelong experience as a Bhutanese refugee.
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