The Young Professionals network gives enthusiastic young people an opportunity to work together to support GPFA’s goals. Through this network, young people can become involved in the issues that GPFA cares about and meet like-minded individuals who share the GPFA vision for a better Afghanistan. The network’s membership ranges from working young people to New York City college students willing to lend their energy, expertise and advocacy to GPFA’s efforts.
With the help of New York University’s Afghan Student Association, the inaugural class of Young Professionals gathered in 2010 to learn about the challenges and opportunities faced by Afghanistan.
To learn more about how you can become a Young Professional and support GPFA’s programs, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
GPFA Young Professional Profiled
August 19, 2011
Yael Julie Fischer’s work with GPFA is profiled in the Columbia Law School Magazine article “Planting Seeds.” The article details Fischer’s trip to Kabul in 2009 to work with GPFA staff on project development and describes her ongoing dedication to the organization.
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Yael Julie Fischer graduated from Columbia Law School in 2010 and is now an associate at Kirkland and Ellis law firm.