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Presented By: LSA Opportunity Hub

Alum Connection with Kuhu Saha: Empowering Youth to Create their Futures in Detroit

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Kuhu Saha
“We believe that we’ve failed as a community in providing the space for young people to dream and aspire,” Kuhu Saha says. This is the motivating force behind her and David Merritt’s founding of the company Merit and its nonprofit arm, Give Merit. Kuhu (‘08 Sociology and American Culture) is fiercely and strategically committed to helping students from Detroit achieve their dreams through developing social and cultural awareness, career aspirations, and academic enrichment. Join Kuhu for this Alum Connection session to talk with her about finding her WHY and how she put it into motion through entrepreneurship and social justice advocacy in a city she loves.

About Kuhu:
Kuhu Saha is a visionary social justice champion with a keen eye for style. She has been a part of the Merit team since its inception, involved in all aspects of the company's development and growth. Kuhu is most fulfilled in her role expanding the organization’s community impact through Merit's nonprofit arm, Give Merit. As Co-founder and Executive Director, Kuhu and David Merritt have developed the FATE Program, an educational enrichment and leadership program for Detroit-area high school students. Working closely with community partners, donors, and families, Kuhu leads the effort in creating and implementing high-quality, innovative, and interactive youth development programming for Detroit youth ages 14 to 24. Give Merit and the FATE Program exist to enhance and extend educational opportunities for Detroit youth through innovative mentorship, enrichment, and athletic activities. Kuhu and her team are intent on helping young people aspire, believe, and contribute while creating platforms for them to create the future. She holds a BA from LSA in American Culture and Sociology, with a focus on social inequality.

You should attend this session if you are:
-An undergraduate U-M LSA student
-Still exploring majors and what you might do after graduation with your LSA degree
-Interested in creating a career pathway that builds on your sense of purpose

What you’ll gain by attending:
-Get inspired by ideas for defining success for yourself after hearing how Kuhu defines it
-Learn from an example framework for bringing entrepreneurship and social justice together in one fulfilling career
-Get excited to meet an alum who wants to see you succeed

RSVP NOW to be part of the conversation.

The Opportunity Hub aims to deliver inclusive and accessible experiences and welcomes all LSA students to participate. This event is on the 2nd floor of a wheelchair accessible building which includes wheelchair-accessible restrooms on the 2nd floor, a gender-inclusive and accessible restroom on the 2nd floor, places to sit or stand during the event, and accessible parking options nearby on Maynard Street. To request other accommodations please contact Sairah Husain at or 734-763-4674 so we can make arrangements.
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Kuhu Saha

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