Rohina Dass is currently an international student in her third year at the University of British Columbia (UBC). With a major in International Relations and minor in Economics, she is interested in the intersections of sustainable development, climate adaptation, community and social planning, and education design. While keeping a focus on the global systems and connections, she enjoys learning about these subjects in the context of the Middle East. Outside the class she is part of UBC’s International Relations Students’ Association and actively involved in many campus learning initiatives. In between her classes and involvements, she enjoys indoor rock climbing.
She has always had a passion for design and illustration and has tried to integrate it into all that she is a part of. Being drawn towards creative problem solving and design projects, the CIC Vancouver team is a platform for her to connect her learning interests and creative skills. Looking forward, she hopes to build a career in the field of sustainable development in the area of project management or monitoring, evaluation, and design and is open to opportunities that come her way.