• Darshini Babu Ganesh

Different, Yet United by the Cause

By Ola Miller

Stories from Berea College Students and their perspectives on the first week interning at Kashmir World Foundation

Interning with Kashmir World Foundation (KwF) is a unique experience because it gives students the opportunity to apply their technological, artistic, and communications skills in the real-world while contributing to endangered species conservation. Read on to meet our featured interns for this week, and learn about their experiences during their first week with KwF:


My name is Aleksandra “Ola” Miller. I am an international student from Poland. I just finished my sophomore year at Berea College, where I am doing a double major in Communication and Business Administration with a Marketing concentration and Broadcast Journalism minor. This summer, I am interning at Kashmir World Foundation where I work in the marketing and public relations department. My primary responsibilities include creating press releases, flyers, brochures, and writing blog posts, along with helping organize and promote events that Kashmir World Foundation events such as the Teachers Take Flight Workshop. Interning at Kashmir World Foundation allows me to not only advance and develop my communication and marketing skills but also help improve the world around me.

Bio: My name is Giorgi Lomia. I am an international student at Berea College from the country of Georgia. I am a double major in computer science and mathematics. I am extremely passionate about AI and data science, specifically in regards to computer vision. At Kashmir World Foundation, I will be working with Deep Learning and Neural Networks to develop tools that will help protect and preserve endangered species.