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Moulshri Mohan completed her master’s in public health at Harvard University in 2019, following which she has been working on health and social protection at the South Asia office of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL). Her favorite books that she read during the pandemic were In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado and Nimona by Noelle Stevenson.
“After freelancing as an industrial design consultant for some time, I officially started a business. Landau Design LLC is a full-scope industrial design practice that specializes in early-stage concept development, ethnographic user research, and sustainable manufacturing. During the past few months I’ve worked with clients such as Google, Canon, Kraft, and a variety of startups,” shares Evan Landau.
Adam Fishman,along with Don Stephan ’17, launched a new startup called Onora. Onora is a one-stop shop to do something about the climate crisis. They recognized that most people know global warming is a huge issue, but many are unsure how they can realistically help. Onora makes it easy by giving you clear action steps, so you can do your part and see your impact in changing the world. Use referral code “ONORA1” and they’ll plant an extra tree when you join.
Jordan Aré shares, “My wife, Jasmin Matos-Aré, and I have welcomed our son, Jaxon Lucas Aré, to the world on January 26. We are excited and thankful for our wonderful blessing!”
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