PSIL is happy to announce that Bosco Mangaal and the Gobals Shapers (Imphal hub) are working closely with us this year!
After a stellar performance in PSIL '19, Chris Li returns as the associate director for PSIL '20! Click here for bio.
Allison Pao was a teacher in PSIL '19 and returns as the head teacher for PSIL '20! Click here for bio.
Charlotte Ruhl (Class of ‘22, Psychology) is from New York City. She is a research assistant at the Harvard Decision Science Lab, investigating decision science and behavioral economics. She is passionate about research and education and has a great deal of experience teaching kids. Back at home, Charlotte works with autistic children, and serves as a tutor, camp counselor, and coach. On campus, Charlotte is part of the BRYE Tutoring program, helping Boston refugee and immigrant kids with their homework. She is also involved in Harvard Model United Nations and is a writer for the Harvard College Law Review. For fun, Charlotte is a sports broadcaster for the radio station and is very involved in the intramural program. She also enjoys traveling, trying new foods, and dancing, despite the fact that she is a terrible dancer.
Shivani Aggarwal (Class of '21, Integrative Biology) has exchanged living by the Hudson River in Edgewater, New Jersey for the Charles River in Cambridge, Massachusetts. At Harvard, she mentors youth from the Allston-Brighton area at the Harvard Ed Portal and advocates for improvements to the academic experience as a representative on the Undergraduate Council. She is the stage manager for Ghungroo, a massive campus production celebrating South Asian dance and music. In her free time, she loves to read and is an avid fan of all boardgames.
My name is Jeffrey Prince and I am a sophomore ('22) in Adams house concentrating in Molecular and Cellular Biology with a secondary field in Educational Studies. I take he/him/his as my pronouns, and I call Wayland, Massachusetts home. I live happily with 2 siblings, 3 step-siblings, and 3 dogs along with my mom and step-dad. Both science and education have defined my college experience through my academic and extracurricular experiences. On campus I am Peer Advising Fellow, a course facilitator for LS1A, director of administration for a club called Advocating Success for Kids, and co-director of the sports branch of the student radio station WHRB 95.3 FM. I have also worked with the Phillips Brooks House Association both as part of the Mission Hill After School Program during term time and the Cambridge Youth Enrichment Program this past summer. My favorite things include video games, snowboarding, and enjoying great food and laughs with my family and friends.
Katelyn Li (Class of ’21, Neuroscience) is interested in biological research, global health, and public policy. She studies developmental neuroscience at the Broad Institute and helps teach an introductory life sciences course at Harvard. Passionate about disability rights, Katelyn also works as an intern at the Harvard Law School's Project on Disability (HPOD) and mirrors this mission through her role as Advocacy Director of PBHA's Best Buddies, a public service program dedicated to creating friendships between individuals with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. Katelyn believes strongly in the importance of education, and loves mentoring high school students from around the world to build their own community-oriented health & wellness projects to present at the Harvard Global Health and Leadership Conference. In her free time, Katelyn enjoys long-distance running, journalism, and exploring the outdoors.
Martha Golmei is a Project Coordinator in Bosco Mangaal with over 15 years of service working with the Salesians of Don Bosco. She love exploring and engaging new environments! She has a Masters degree and a B.Ed. Martha brings with her extensive experience in the field of training the youth,especially in areas where service is most required. Training underprivileged youth has become a passion for her and she truly believes it is her calling. According to Martha, the experience of working with the youth has proven to be a great teacher and has filled her life with many sweet memories!
Bernard Phaomei attended Don Bosco School, Nungnang, graduated with a Bachelors degree from Don Bosco College, Maram, and a Masters degree in Social Work from Loyola College, Chennai. He was engaged as Soft Skills Trainer in Don Bosco Tech – Skills mission for Manipur under the Don Bosco Chingmeirong for 3 years. Currently, Bernard is a Social Worker and Trainer at Gyan Jyoti foundation, Imphal. Their goal is inspiring and giving hope to the youth by equipping them with real life skills. Bernard constantly strives to explore, learn new things, and overcome challenges.
Head Teacher Fellow
Kunjarani Mutum returns to PSIL '20 as the head teacher fellow. Click here for bio.
Jyosita Elangbam returns to PSIL '20 as a teacher fellow. Click here for bio.
Steffi Haokip returns to PSIL '20 as a teacher fellow. Click here for bio.
Cyrus is a second-year Bachelor of Business Administration student at Dhanamanjuri University, Manipur. Outside of his classes, he likes exploring remote places on his motorcycle, swimming, and learning about new cultures.
We are pleased to introduce Rashmi Elangbam, a participant from PSIL '19 who returns as a team member for PSIL '20! Rashmi Elangbam is currently in the 9th grade at Heritage Convent, Uripok, Imphal. She is very passionate about poetry. In her free time, she loves to read books, listen to music, write articles, and cook with her mother. Rashmi wants to help people by becoming a doctor.
Local Liaison and Sound Engineer
Reuben returns to PSIL '20 as the local liaison and to help us with our audio needs!