I was born and raised in Bangladesh, but having worked for the World Bank and Australian government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), I have been exposed to the international community. With my work providing support to Rohingya refugees, I have had the opportunity to network with people of diverse backgrounds from around the world. Completing my Master’s degree in International Relations provided me with a foundational understanding of global issues that shape the world today. I would continue to hone my skills and further my goals in humanitarian response through M.A. in Global Thought. We will together find the solution to emerging global crises and their consequences in a nonconventional way with the multidisciplinary approach this program offers. After graduating, I look forward to building upon my global networks and contributing to world affairs.