Interns for the year 2012
Profile of the Interns
Gregory Arthur Maly who worked with New Concept Information Systems (NCIS) during the summer of 2012, is a Masters Degree candidate at Josef Korbel School of International Studies at University of Denver in Colorado, a research assistant at the schools Global Health Affairs Program, and a course facilitator and technology consultant with the Institute for Technology and Social Change in Washington, DC. With just under a decade of professional experience in the fields of diplomacy and development, his work has ranged from that of practicing interpersonal conflict resolution and community based research and development at the grassroots level, including in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, to designing conflict management tools for peacebuilding practitioners around the globe...read more
Majo Aldana is a candidate of Masters in International Studies from Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver (DU), Colorado. She has been associated with many international research organizations like Center for Disease Control, Population Council, Institute for Reproductive Health, and UNDP. While working with these organizations, she has been involved in various initiatives on health, education, gender, and family planning, under capacities of research assistant, fieldwork researcher and consultant...read more
Interns for the year 2011
Profile of the Interns
Kunal Gyanchandani is a post-graduate from IIFM and has joined New Concept’s Research and Survey department, Delhi. He is learning data collection and analysis. Kunal has a government certification in PLC programming. He plays sports and is extremely adventurous. He also has a spiritual side to him and reads a lot on spirituality.
Preksha Sirsikar has joined the documentation team at New Concept. She has a strong urge to be of constructive use to society and sees herself working towards this end. Preksha also likes sports and won a Badminton Championship at IIFM during her post-graduation.
Ravi Vatsa is a post-graduate from IIFM who has joined New Concept in the Communications team in charge of work in Bihar. He likes writing poetry and is a skilled organizer. He has also participated in fund raising for organizations such as HelpAge India.
Somesh Mehta has joined New Concept, Hyderabad and is working on marketing intelligence and analysis. He was NCC Cadet for 2 years during his graduation at BIT, Mesra. He loves creating and devising new methods and approach. He likes to play badminton and has participated in many dancing events.
Darshit Raval has joined New Concept in the documentation, Delhi Team. He has been part of the Marketing, HR, Operations, Finance and Quiz committees at XIMB. He has worked a lot to bring about the social and spiritual welfare of young people like himself.
Tripti Agarwal has joined New Concept, Delhi Marketing Team and is working on marketing intelligence and analysis. She took part in various activities such as dramatics and sports, both in school and college events (XIMB). She likes travelling and communicating with people belonging to different cultures
Interns - from Denver University (DU)
Summer-2010-worked with New Concept and JMC over two months
They successfully completed their internship and presented useful outcomes to the Delhi Mission Director on Convergence and the Health Secretary of Delhi Government.
Profile of the interns
Blaire Davis - Studies in the DU Global Finance, Trade, and Economic Integration program, and has a strong background in program evaluation and economics (BA). She will lead on programmatic and facility issues, taking the lead on facility surveys and studying integration with RSBY, Apollo, Smart Cards, etc. Blaire has worked in Thailand and traveled quite a bit in India.
Sarah Miller - Studies in the DU International Development program and has a strong human rights background. She would approach the community health question from the community standpoint, focusing on community capacity and leadership, mobility and settlement tenure issues, and participatory mapping, as well as matching programs to community needs. She has worked on short projects in India and in Africa.
Britt Reiersgord - Student in the DU International Administration program, will take the lead on overall project management and rationalization, helping with planning, putting all of the different data elements -- especially the technical implementation of mapping in the lab and in the field. Britt is the unofficial GIS point person, and also a whiz at database management. Britt has spent a fair amount of time in Cameroon.
Nicole Wong - is completing the DU- MA in International Studies and plans to apply to medical school as soon as she finishes. She is completing the same strenuous course load as the others while working a fulltime job at the Department of Homeland Security. Though not traveled much for work, Nicole did her BA thesis on plague and influenza outbreaks in colonial India has been focusing on sex workers in India. As an undergrad at DU she did a major in history with a triple minor in bio, chemistry, physics (pre-med).