Ronak Gandhi is a South Asian student at Yale University, wrapping up his third year. A Humanities major, Ronak focuses his studies on history, literature, and race. He holds a soft spot for creative writing as well, and he seeks to grow as a writer by learning how to amplify underrepresented stories and voices in his writing. He’s also a “story-listener” who works to gather and collect oral histories for various Asian archives. On campus, Ronak works at the Asian American Cultural Center as a student leader, working to connect students with the center’s resources, building solidarities across campus, and holding crucial conversations about identity and belonging. He cannot wait to start the Humanity in Action programming this summer!
Updated April 2021
More from Ronak Gandhi
The Mystery of the Icky Water
Senior Fellow Alicia Terrero, together with Senior Fellow Ronak Gandhi, seek to discuss protection of the environment and local ecosystems with the youngest generation. To do so, they use the format of a mystery children’s book to discuss the role of corporations in water pollution & the destruction of local ecosystems.
Humanity in Action Welcomes the 2022 US Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 28 Fellows from the US were selected to join the 2022 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.
Humanity in Action Welcomes the 2021 US Fellows Cohort
From a competitive pool of applicants, 26 Fellows from the US were selected to join the 2021 Humanity in Action Fellows cohort.