Ajwang M. Rading is a 2014 graduate from UCLA with a B.A in Political Science and a minor in Film & Television. He has also studied at Harvard Business School, under its SVMP and HBX programs. Ajwang is the Co- Founder & Chair of the UCLA Global Citizens Fellowship, which empowers undergraduate students to pursue public service projects in international communities. He has served as Youth Advisor to the Clinton Peace Centre in Northern Ireland as well as Director of Global Citizenship for its international summer school. His interests include addressing socioeconomic inequality and poverty, particularly for minorities and women, and geopolitics. He is an alumni scholar of both the Jackie Robinson Foundation and Institute for Responsible Citizenship.
Updated Jamuary 2015
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