A native of Pittsburgh, Rohan graduated in 2015 with a B.Phil in Political Science, Urban Studies, International and Area Studies. As an undergraduate, he served as an editor and writer with the Pittsburgh Undergraduate Review and Forbes and Fifth Undergraduate Journal. Active with the local urban community, he also spent time tutoring high school students and mentoring first-semester, Freshman students at Pitt. During his 4 years in Oakland, Rohan had the privilege of studying abroad for three separate semesters, including London during the Summer of 2012, Pitt in the Himalayas in Fall 2013, and Singapore/Malaysia in Summer 2014. Following his graduation from Pitt, Rohan completed an M.Phil in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge in 2016. Since returning home from the UK, Rohan has been involved in several professional ventures across the social and clinical health sciences. He is currently a middle/ high school tutor and a research analyst at the Africa Center for Strategic Progress, focusing on youth, gender, vulnerability, and exploitation across the African continent. Irrespective of where life takes him, Rohan is confident that without the University of Pittsburgh and its Study Abroad office, his dreams, and goals would not have been realizable today. He is thus very grateful and excited to serve as a Recruitment Co-Chair with the SAYAC.