In the spotlight: PR Coordinator Krystal Downs

December 17, 2009 at 5:50 pm 1 comment

During the past few months, Trivani Foundation has been lucky to have the help of an intern who has helped us significantly. In an effort to keep folks in touch with the work that is happening in the field, we decided to take on the giant task of creating this blog and plugging all kinds of important info into it. Many months in the making, the lion’s share of the work to build the site was done by our outstanding Public Relations Intern Krystal Downs. She has also been instrumental in managing the blog while Megan and I are on the road.

We decided to spotlight Krystal today to recognize her as a key person behind the scenes at Trivani Foundation. Here’s a little bit about her(in her words), including her interests, aspirations, and a little bit about what she does for Trivani Foundation. Thanks Krystal! -cp

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Interests: Anything outdoors, especially when it involves water, traveling, learning about new ideas, people, and places, reading overly long and complicated books, music (I love going to concerts!), women’s issues, moving (I never stay in one place too long), summertime, eating and making Indian food, writing, dancing….

Aspirations: I am looking to go to graduate school soon in the area of International Policy. I hope to focus my studies on gender and the law. After that, I would love to work for a international organization and try to effect change for women around the world who still do not basic human rights.

What I do at Trivani: I am the Public Relations and blog coordinator for Trivani Foundation. This means that I came on to help get the blog up and running by creating a blog concept, a marketing and PR plan, and then putting the ideas into action by actually implementing them in Trivani Field Notes, the wonderful blog you are currently viewing!

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  • 1. Kiran Neupane  |  December 18, 2009 at 1:40 am

    Congratulations Krystal! Good work Accomplished!

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Trivani Field Notes is your connection to the people on the ground engaged in the humanitarian work supported by Trivani Foundation.
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