DIVERSITY AND CULTURAL COMPETENCY
Nina has proudly spoken at 40 different universities including Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Duke, University of Pennsylvania, Cambridge University (UK), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, and her alma mater, University of Michigan, spreading the message of inclusion. No matter the college, mascot, or school colors, Nina values connecting with students about growing up second generation Asian-American and discussing ways to cross the cultural chasm.
science, technology, engineering and Math
Graduating with a STEM degree from the University of Michigan, Nina has passionately endorsed STEM education through several outlets. She serves as an ambassador for the U.S. Department of Energy and Education promoting women in STEM related fields. Furthermore, she has collaborated with top technology companies such as Google, NASA, Dell, and Texas Instruments to advance their STEM initiatives.
Celebrating Diversity through Cultural Competency
Using Social Media as an Educational Resource
Serving as the First Indian-American Miss America
Hiding Behind A Handle: Bullying through Social Media
Embracing Diversity and Connecting through Communication
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Importance of STEM Education
STEM: Think Outside the Box
Childhood Obesity, Eating Disorders, and Women’s Health
- Cross-Cultural Aspects of Eating Disorders
Childhood Obesity Awareness & Prevention
Body Image and the Swimsuit Competition