Indian-American Teen Researcher, Activist, and Speaker
Indian-American STEM prodigy Ashrita excels as a researcher, activist, and speaker, known for her research on women’s health. As a Research Intern at Harvard, she contributes to reproductive endocrinology and AI research. Achieving 7th place at the 2021 Scripps National Spelling Bee, Ashrita is a STEM education advocate and a skilled tennis player, showcasing versatile excellence.
Empowering Change Through Research and Education
Enabling transformative change through the provision of educational opportunities entails establishing accessible and inclusive platforms that empower individuals to gain knowledge and skills. Ashrita, a staunch advocate for education accessibility, directs her efforts toward dismantling barriers and broadening access to learning resources by implementing scholarship programs. Collaborations with NGOs further enrich the array of available opportunities. Through these initiatives, her goal is to empower individuals to surmount educational disparities, providing them with the essential tools to pursue their aspirations, contribute meaningfully to their communities, and ultimately catalyze positive societal change.Read More
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The more we share, the more we have.
Facilitating transformative change through education is a dynamic and impactful process that revolves around nurturing knowledge and ensuring the availability of essential resources. Ashrita dedicates a significant amount of her time to Sahaya, a nonprofit organization committed to offering scholarships and instilling hope in the futures of young schoolgirls requiring support for their educational pursuits. Sahaya’s primary objective is to increase the enrollment of village girls in schools by providing financial assistance, offering moral encouragement for their achievements, and unlocking their full potential. Guided by the profound wisdom imparted by her mother – “The more we share, the more we have” – Ashrita channels her winnings from spelling bees, science fairs, and donations to grant scholarships to numerous schoolgirls in the village. By empowering these girls with educational opportunities, she envisions the possibility of cultivating a new era of resilient, influential, and passionate leaders.
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