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Two Indian-Americans shortlisted for White House Fellows Programme

Tina Shah, a physician from the University of Chicago and Anjali Tripathi, an astrophysics Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University, have been shortlisted for the White House Fellows Program

Washington, June 13 (UITV)- Two Indian-Americans Tina Shah, a physician from the University of Chicago and Anjali Tripathi, an astrophysics Ph.D candidate at Harvard University, has been named finalist for White House Fellow Program that offers first-hand experience of working at the highest levels of the US federal government.

Shah and Tripathi were among the 30 finalist selected for the program founded in 1964 by President Lyndon B Johnson.

The White House in a statement has said that this year class of finalists represents an accomplished and diverse cross-section of professionals from private sector, academia, medicine and armed services.

After a competitive application process, individuals selected will spend a year in Washington, DC working full-time for Cabinet Secretaries, senior White House staff, and other top-ranking government officials. They will also participate in an educational program consisting of round-table discussions with renowned leaders from the private and public sectors, including the President and Vice-President.

The White House has mention that the finalists for the nation’s premiere program for leadership and public service have demonstrated remarkable professional achievement early in their careers, a commitment to public service, and the leadership skills needed to succeed at the highest levels of the Federal government.
 

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