Like many of CCT's volunteer's Aish discovered CCT through his university's alumni network, in his case Duke. One of his greatest rewards is seeing the client's "Aha" moments.
CCT role: Project Manager for Charles River Conservancy
Volunteer since: 2013
MBA: Fuqua School of Business at Duke
How did you discover CCT?
An email to all Fuqua grads from Duke’s Boston chapter
Describe your CCT experience:
CCT has been a rewarding experience in many ways - honing my skills, meeting and working with folks from different industries, learning about the nonprofit world, and more importantly, working for clients who would otherwise find it challenging to get some of their critical projects off the ground. At one point or the other, each project became demanding and the teams worked together to deliver the project on time for clients who were always pleased not just with the outcome but the passion that the teams brought to the project. In every project, I have seen the client have at least one “Aha” moment, demonstrating the value CCT teams bring to the Boston area nonprofits.
What don’t we know about you?
I learned I was claustrophobic when I stepped into the Great Pyramid of Giza. I made people behind me in the line turn around so I could get out. Some were not happy.