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Project Baala: Breaking the cycle of taboo

When Soumya Dabriwal (BSc EconomicsLink opens in a new window, 2016) travelled to Ghana with Warwick in Africa, she had no idea it would be the catalyst for change. Now her organisation, Project Baala, has helped more than 650,000 menstruators and educated many more in disparate communities across the world.

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Twelve alumni recognised in King’s Birthday Honours

A number of Warwick alumni have been recognised for their outstanding contributions in the recent King’s Birthday Honours. Twelve individuals have each been celebrated and honoured for their tireless work and commitment, as well as the incredible impact they have on the world around them.

Journey of an automotive leader

Manjot Chana (BEng in Applied Engineering (Product Creation), 2019) is a Technical Director at Stinger, a global business that specialises in aftermarket automotive products.

The opportunity to fulfil his degree apprenticeship stemmed from his role at Jaguar Land Rover. Explore how his experience at Warwick, driven by a deep passion for engineering, has shaped his career and personal growth.

From Warwick to wind turbines

Antonio Abella, a graduate of WMG, University of Warwick (MSc in Engineering Business Management, 2017), is the Director of Operations and Innovation at Ventos Metódicos. The company specialises in waste management and produces environmentally friendly products transforming decommissioned wind turbines into high-end custom furniture. Learn about Antonia’s time at Warwick and how it has shaped his successful career.

Christine's journey in art, history, and research

Christine works as a gallery tour guide, librarian, and researcher at Compton Verney Art Gallery, where their research on a 16th-century altarpiece is currently exhibited. Motivated by the discovery and sharing of new knowledge, Christine also gives talks on various historical subjects and volunteers at local museums and archives, drawing inspiration from their enriching experience as a mature student at Warwick.

Studying Physics built a solid foundation for future career

Clive's curiosity and drive to learn continue to motivate him, a trait fostered during his time at Warwick, which taught him critical thinking and presentation skills.

A year in volunteering

In the past 12 months Warwick alumni have been generous with their time and knowledge. We look back at some of the ways alumni have been actively getting involved and making an impact over the last year.

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Warwick alumni recognised in Forbes 30 under 30

A trinity of Warwick Business School graduates have made it to a global list of change makers who are still under the age of 30. Max Klymenko, Carlo Fedeli and Jasmine Yeo have all been honoured in the Forbes 30 under 30 Europe List for 2024. Published annually by the US business magazine, Forbes, the list features young entrepreneurs and creatives who, in one way or another, are transforming the face of business and society.

Warwick's influence on Whitleigh's career

Warwick, chosen by Whitleigh for its prestigious status, led her to her current role in children's services, where she focuses on complex cases encompassing exploitation, drug use, and mental health, fueled by her aspiration to enhance her mental health knowledge.

Archit's journey from Warwick to professional achievement

Archit's decision to attend Warwick stemmed from its esteemed reputation and vibrant campus community, influenced by interactions with Warwick Ambassadors during his International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme in Mumbai. Now, as a Software License Compliance Consultant at Deloitte UK, his drive comes from a larger vision of making a positive impact and running his own business, shaped by his time at Warwick and supported by family and friends.

Impactful academic journey on social topics

With its vibrant academic atmosphere and campus-based lifestyle, Warwick fostered a strong faculty connection and immersive student experience. Now pursuing a DPhil in Area Studies at Oxford, Kefan’s journey, influenced by Warwick's supportive community, extends from undergraduate studies to impactful research on social topics across the world, reflecting a commitment to social change and gratitude for formative experiences.

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