Eisha

Eisha

University Freshman, Minerva Schools at KGI

Eisha currently attends Minerva Schools at KGI, a highly selective university based in San Francisco.  She aspires to create social impact through the intersection of technology, education, and entrepreneurship. While at Minerva, she will experience her undergraduate four years of education in six different countries around the world, namely the US, UK, Korea, Germany, Argentina, and Taiwan. She currently works for the Admissions Office at Minerva where she assesses applicants for their written, creative and analytical skills. She is also a Research and Content Development Intern for RoboTerra, a Silicon Valley-based artificial intelligence and robotics education company.

Eisha loves writing and has had her works published by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, Teen Times Magazine, and The Tide. She maintains a personal blog called The Progress Element with which she mentors high school students by sharing both global opportunities and career advice. Sheis a proud graduate of the 2019 Genesis Academy Summer Institute, wherein she explored and deepened her passion for journalism and peacebuilding. In 2016, as a high school student at Roots Millennium Future World School based in Lahore, Pakistan, Eisha founded Sync City, an international youth-based organization focused on solving issues through social action projects and online campaigns. In 2018, she was selected to represent her school in a meeting with the then Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi.  She is also an alumna of the prestigious US State Department-sponsored Kennedy Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program. She was recognized by the US Department of State for the successful completion of 100+ community service hours in Washington, DC during her student-exchange year. Eisha was selected to be a Shea Moisture Community Commerce Scholar at Babson College and was the youngest participant of Kectil, the Developing Countries Youth Leadership Program.  She subsequently served as a Kectil program mentor for 623 students worldwide.

 

Eisha is motivated to use her diverse global experiences to guide her in creating a future wherein youth are best prepared through quality education for technological advancements in this rapidly evolving fourth industrial revolution.