Aparna Sridhar is a sophomore at Southern Methodist University working toward a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Art History. On campus, she is the Special Events Chair for SMU Society of Women Engineers and is a Peer Academic Leader for MHPS residential commons. She is also a member of Program Council and the Private Equity Venture Capital Club.
Aparna has been recognized as a recipient of the SMU Second Century Scholarship, the SMU Discovery Scholarship, and as a member of the Lyle Business Advantage Program. In her free time she enjoys traveling, volunteering, and spending time with friends and family. Aparna’s future aspirations include working toward a Master’s Degree in Business Analytics and utilizing her technical and business background at a tech startup.
At the Hunt Institute, Aparna is an Undergraduate Project Manager. In this capacity she creates project charters, facilitates communication among student workers and faculty affiliates, and manages project deadlines.
Aparna says that what drew her to work at the Institute was “the opportunity to combine my studies in engineering and business along with my passion for helping the community. I was drawn to the work environment and people at the Institute, and I am excited to grow and learn with my team to create awareness for global issues.”
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