Ann Arbor: Go Like the Wind Montessori School Visit

I arrived in the US on March 31 intending to travel for three months, visiting and re-connecting with friends, attending my 20th reunion at Grinnell College, and giving talks and presentations to inspire–especially the next generation–to follow their dreams and to promote what we do at COMMITTED.

However, within a month of being in the country, a major earthquake struck the country putting me on the added mission of raising awareness about the calamity, networking–with the hope of establishing long-term relationships–and raising funds for our relief work.

For details about my travels in the US and links to other presentations, check out “A Whirlwind Tour.”

At Go Like the Wind Montessori school in Ann Arbor, on May 26, I talked to three different groups of students. Here are some photos from that visit, all taken by my friend Kaustuv. (Click here for similar photos posted on my Facebook timeline.)

Presenting to the first group of students.
Presenting to the first group of students.

Another shot of the first presentation.
Another shot of the first presentation.

Final shot of the first presentation.
Final shot of the first presentation.

Presenting to the second group of children.
Presenting to the second group of children.

Another shot of the second presentation.
Another shot of the second presentation.

Presenting to the third group.
Presenting to the third group.

Another shot of the presentation to the third group.
Another shot of the presentation to the third group.

Yet another shot of the presentation to the third group.
Yet another shot of the presentation to the third group.

FInal shot of the presentation to the third group.
FInal shot of the presentation to the third group.

Even before my visit, the children of the school had already raised some funds on our behalf. They fund raised some more following the presentation.

On behalf of COMMITTED family, I would like to thank everyone at Go Like the Wind Montessori School. I would also thank especially Kaustuv for arranging and coordinating the visit and a couple of the fundraisers, as well as inspiring others in his community to do the same!

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