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Stuti P. Shah ‘23 is a business administration and public policy double major from Charlotte, North Carolina.  Her professional interests include economic development and public sector consulting, with the long-term goal of attending law school. After college, Stuti aims to work at a purpose-driven organization with a business model rooted in community enhancement. Stuti joined the Kenan Scholars program to explore the intersection of the public and private sectors and discover ways in which the social good can align with financial goals.

In addition to being a Kenan Scholar, Stuti is the director-general of the Model United Nations at Chapel Hill (aka MUNCH), UNC’s annual high school model U.N. conference. She also serves as an undergraduate learning assistant in the economics department, is on the executive board of UNC Holi Moli, and is a staff editor for the Internationalist. In her free time, you can find her reading novels, working on an embroidery project or listening to music.