MBA (2016) | rahulk@mit.edu

Having been raised in a privileged Jersey suburb of NYC, the troubling realities of the developing world stuck with him, motivating him to pursue a bachelor’s in Community Health at Tufts University. He then enrolled in a MPH program at Tufts University School of Medicine. Following graduation, Rahul worked as an independent consultant and at GBCHealth, a global health non-profit focused on mobilizing the private sector to create sustainable partnerships. Prior to his last position, he finished a yearlong placement working for the UN World Food Program in Ecuador as a Princeton Fellow. Rahul aided in resource mobilization and project monitoring, contributing to an evaluation which analyzed which distribution modalities best increased dietary diversity among Colombian refugees. Following the fellowship, Rahul joined the Global Health Corps to focus on HIV prevention efforts within sub-Saharan Africa. He moved to Uganda and joined the USAID ASSIST Project. Currently, he is pursuing an MBA at the MIT Sloan School of Management, with a focus in social entrepreneurship.

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