Shailey worked with the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India for three years. She managed outreach and programming for a 16,000-strong alumni community across India and Bhutan. She worked closely with more than 300 Indians, Tibetans, and Bhutanese annually, who participated in U.S. Government-sponsored educational, cultural, and professional exchange programs. Currently she is transitioning to a new position.
Research Master, International and Development Economics
Université Paris Dauphine
International Studies, Economics, French
London School of Economics and Political Science, England
“Don’t be afraid to put yourself out of your comfort zone and to test your own limits; you’re likely to pleasantly surprise yourself with the self-discoveries you’ll make. It is also equally, if not more, important to be respectful of the culture and norms of the place you find yourself working in and to be open and empathetic to the differences you may see around you.”