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Emma Clippinger

Brown University

Major: Development studies and comparative literature

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GPA:3.95

Résumé highlights: Co-founder and co-director, Gardens for Health International in Rwanda; co-founder, Brown Social Entrepreneurship Network; co-founder Brown Public Health Coalition; captain, Brown varsity equestrian team; intern, Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative in Rwanda.

Foreign languages spoken: Fluent French, basic Wolof and Kinyarwanda

Kelly Will

Washington and Lee University

Major: Psychology with a concentration in poverty studies

GPA:3.25

Résumé highlights: Robert E. Lee Research Scholar; fundraiser, work-release program at Natural Bridge Juvenile Correction Center; intern, This Valley Works poverty action program; member, varsity women's tennis team, which won 2007 NCAA Division III national championship; dorm counselor.

Foreign languages spoken: Spanish, French

Travonnie Neblett

Howard University

Major: Marketing

GPA:3.85

Résumé highlights: Junior copywriter, Matlock Advertising and Public Relations; summer analyst, Goldman Sachs; team leader, Howard University 21st Century Advantage Program; Teach for America campus campaign coordinator.

Foreign languages spoken: Spanish

Nimit Mehta

Columbia University

Major: Engineering management systems and electrical engineering

GPA:3.74

Résumé highlights: Project manager, Engineers Without Borders; chief engineer for a hydroelectric energy project in India; lead negotiator for Kwazulu-Natal: Against Violence in Durban, South Africa.

Foreign languages spoken: Fluent Gujarati and Spanish, functional Hindi and Portuguese

Emily Morell

Yale University

Major: Neurobiology

GPA:3.95

Résumé highlights: Co-founder and co-director, Gardens for Health International in Rwanda; intern, Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative in Rwanda; research intern, Mahidol University, faculty of tropical medicine in Thailand; 2008 Truman Scholar; 2007 Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Award.

Foreign languages spoken: Fluent Spanish, functional Thai


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