Swetha Ramesh
Published author of "The Path to Reflection: A Literary Retrospective"
Community Service Student Leader at Akshaya Patra (the world’s largest run non-for-profit mid-day meal program serving wholesome food to over 1.4 million children from 10,661 schools across 10 states in India) fund raising campaign in Washington, D.C. (2013-2014) • Volunteer and fund-raiser for Marathon Charity Partners (MCP/AIMS), a non-profit umbrella organization that raises funds for a variety of social justice causes. (2012-2013) • President of Tri-M Music Honor Society – fund-raising for charity events that include introducing and exposing students with behavioral disabilities to music for relaxation and therapeutic purposes. (2015) • Girl Scout troop member for seven consecutive years, involved in a host of fund-raising and charity events. (2006-2012) • Student volunteer at local polling station in the 2008 presidential election
Business Host of Business World, Business Class on Global Television Network with a viewership of 2.5 million globally. (2015) (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcazHAfvoJ6eMP6JfsLbE3Q) •
Founder and CEO of BlueStream LLC., patent-pending (provisional patent# 62014172) bladeless hydroelectric micro-turbine technology. (2013-2015) (BlueStreamLLC.)
• Marketing Intern at Rezon8 Capital & Advisory Group, a private equity firm based in Reston, Virginia. (www.rezon8capital.com) • President of the Entrepreneurship and Technology Society at Langley High School (2015)
• Finalist in the Global Business Plan competition for The Young Entrepreneurs (2014)
• Annual D.C. Wharton Innovation Summit Planning Committee member
Political Science Congressional Intern on Capitol Hill working for Representative John Conyers, Michigan 13th District (2015) • Selected to attend Virginia Governor’s School Program for the Humanities at Radford University (2015) “Governor's Schools give gifted students academic and visual and performing arts opportunities beyond those normally available in the students' home schools. Students are able to focus on a specific area of intellectual or artistic strength and interest and to study in a way that best suits the gifted learner's needs.” (http://www.doe.virginia.gov/instruction/governors_school_programs/ ) • Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award (2015) “Awarded for demonstrated commitment to understanding and addressing difficult social issues, leadership and dedication to community action, and strong grades and rigorous courses taken in the humanities and social sciences.” (http://enrollment.rochester.edu/hsawards/ ) • Quarter Finalist (Top 24 out of 2000 students) at the UPenn. Liberty Bell Classic International Original Oratory Competition (Jan 2015)
Music President of Tri-M (orchestra, band, chorus) Music Honor Society, the largest student-run organization at Langley High School
Writing and Editorial Accolades Youngest Editorial Intern in the history of The Connection Newspaper, a regional newspaper distributed throughout the D.C.-Metro area • Selected to attend Virginia Governor’s School program for the Humanities at Radford University • Nominated for Best Critic Team in the National Capital Area by the Cappies, a high school theatre critic program • Published poem collection 'The Path to Reflection: A Literary Retrospective'
Swetha Ramesh 2015