Schuyler Arakawa

Student, Campus Director of Hult Prize at Yale University

Schuyler is a Humanities major at Yale interested in market-based solutions to poverty and international development. She co-founded Net Impact, the undergraduate outlet for social enterprise, in 2012. During 2014-2015 she was the Campus Director for the Hult Prize at Yale, the world's largest student competition on social enterprise funded by the Clinton Foundation and the Hult Business School. She conducted a case study on a social enterprise, East Bali Cashews, while in Indonesia summer of 2014. Her interests outside of social enterprise include being a 2015 Yale Senior Class Gift Co-Chair, past contributor for the travel website, JetSet Times, while abroad in Barcelona, and teaching English in Tanzania and Nepal. Next year she will be using the Gordon Grand Fellowship to look at handmade commodities through the necessities of life: food and water, shelter, and clothing in Cusco Peru. ​

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