Join Brighter Dawns founder Tasmiha Khan ’12 for this fascinating look into post-grad service work and how to sustain a Wesleyan-based nonprofit after graduation. Khan is returning to Wesleyan after an eventful summer that included a trip to the White House to represent Brighter Dawns. Come for a great discussion – and a tasty lassi!
“yo anwar, how do you feel about making this a Wesleying post?” – Natasha Phillips ’13
Brighter Dawns is a semi-finalist for the Dell Social Innovation Challenge, and we need your votes! To vote first register here. Then search for Brighter Dawns and vote for us! Show your support and help us win some money. Brighter Dawns is devoted to improving slum conditions in Khalishpur, Bangladesh, primarily by promoting access to clean water and sanitation. Find out more at the website.
C’mon, y’all. Extend my coworker and B.D. founder Tasmiha Khan ’12 a helping hand so we can celebrate during our next shift together!
Eric Wilson ’15 invites you to a concert for Brighter Dawns. The Wesleyan founded non-profit aims to provide a slum of Khalishpur, Bangladesh with clean water, with the larger initiative of empowering women and improving health conditions.
Come learn more about three amazing groups at Wesleyan which are serving the public good all over the world!
Featuring members of The MINDS Foundation, Brighter Dawns, and SHOFCO-Wesleyan. Presenters: Raghu Kiran Appasani ‘12, founder and CEO of The MINDS Foundation; Tasmiha Khan ’12 and Jason Lee ’12, Brighter Dawns; Nathan Mackenzie ’12 and Emily Weitzman ’14, Shining Hope.