Anosha Rahim

Anosha Rahim


Anosha is currently a student at Minerva Schools at KGI, a selective California-based university with an international student body and multiple campuses worldwide.  She graduated from her high school’s International Baccalaureate Program in Pakistan with a ranking 1st in the entire country. At Minerva, Anosha is the co-founder and president of the university’s Sustainability Club. She is also the Head of Branding and Design for the student-led competition called Minerva Hackathon, which brings California’s students to San Francisco to create innovative solutions for the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals. At the same time, Anosha also serves as an intern at Minerva Project’s Creative Team, helping with the design-related endeavors of the non-profit organization. Anosha’s passion for design and sustainable development stems from her global experiences in Turkey and Kenya respectively. In 2016, after finishing a month-long sustainable development project in an impoverished school of Mombasa, Kenya, Anosha moved to Ankara to study design and architecture in Bilkent University, one of Turkey’s top-ranked universities. She is also a graduate of the 2017 Genesis Academy Summer Institute, and an alumna ambassador of the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program of the US Department of State. Anosha is invariably curious and passionate about the world around her and is interested in how to use design and sustainability to make it a better place, one solution at a time.

Afternoon Session: Youth Leadership

DePaul Law

25 E. Jackson, Room 341 Parking: Park One 328 S. Wabash (before 9 a.m. there is a rate of $20; after 9:00 am $26) Park One – enter on the Wabash side of the building.