Amogh Srinivasan will discuss "Volunteering with Farmer-to-Farmer" 8/16
He is a development professional who helps organizations innovate and make impactful change through effective program management, data analysis, and problem solving. Wharton Club members & guests are invited
Amogh Srinivasan is a development professional who helps organizations innovate and make impactful change through effective program management, data analysis, and problem solving. Currently, he supports the USAID-funded Farmer-to-Farmer Program as the Recruitment Coordinator for Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA) an international development organization that specializes in the design and implementation of sustainable, enterprise-based agricultural initiatives.
Growing up as a Third Culture Kid, Amogh gained experience speaking to people of a variety of backgrounds and experiences, and is skilled in building bridges across stakeholders, practicing diplomacy, and crafting partnerships. As a Terp, Amogh earned his Master’s in Public Policy with a specialization in Non-profit Leadership and Management as well as a Bachelor’s in Economics from the University of Maryland. Prior to coming to Maryland, Amogh split his life between India and then the Philippines where he spent his early years exploring dive spots, hiking trials and South East Asian culture through his love for food.