Since we have members from almost all the environmental colleges and schools in India and abroad where our members are studying, we decided to bring you face to face interview with some of our star members who have worked hard to build a career in the environment sector.
I will be hosting a facebook live event with Aatish Mohammad Khan on Feb 26 under our "Day out with a Human Star' series (check www.Dayoutwith.com). Aatish will share great tips on how to pursue a fulfilling career in forestry and environment and share his journey across continents from Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal to winning Fullbright scholarship to Yale School of Forestry and now working with the prestigious Yes Institute/ Yes Bank as Vice President. Do join the event and share it widely. Encourage your kids to watch for inspiration.
Check http://bit.ly/2kx5u8B and submit your questions for a chance to have your questions answered directly on the show.
Chandra Kishore, Founder, Indian Environment Network (www.paryavaran.com) sits down with Mohammad Aatish, our next human star. He will provide some great career advice on how to work for the forestry and environment sector fulfilling your life dream of serving the mother earth.
About the Expert: Mohammad Aatish is currently Vice President at Y ES B ANK and Senior Fellow -Natural Capital , Y ES Institute Delhi. His journey of a thousand miles began with a strong base when he got admitted in the management program at Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal . The institute is ranked 8th among management institutes in India and is one of a kind in Asia. Mohammad Aatish followed it up by winning a extremely competitive Fulbright -Nehru Fellowship to that led him to the Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies (FES), USA. Continuing his achievement, he won many other accolades and scholarships. Yale University provided him the platform to work with the global giants in the environment and climate sector directly contributing towards International Environmental & Climate P olicy. He is back in India serving his country.