Mahi, Millennium Fellow 2014-2015

code orange at Harvard college

Mahi, MCN Fellow 2014 - 2015

Mahi is currently a junior at Harvard College studying Human Developmental & Regenerative Biology and Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations. She is especially interested in medical ethics, healthcare policy, addressing health disparities, and studying the intersectionality of medicine with South Asian/Middle Eastern cultures. In her time at Harvard College, she helped to co-found Code Orange, a student organization aimed at addressing health disparities in the slum of Orangi Town, Karachi, Pakistan by producing and disseminating educational curricula.

How has the MCN Fellowship made a difference in your organization?

MCN has provided our organization with the tools to make their organization sustainable and to help form an institutional memory which allows for a organized and well thought out approach to future projects based on past critiques and assessments. They have also provided the organization with instruction on things vital to the success of any new organization such as creating budgets, networking, and looking for future opportunities for growth.

There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy.
Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.
— Dalai Lama