Hello, I am Sneha Taori from Central India. I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Architecture degree in Symbiosis International University, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. Importing our organization from the United States into India, I have been positioned as the international ambassador of Leaders in Wildlife Conservation. My job allows me to overlook our organization’s activities and development in India and connect directly with our executive director. I am glad that I have gotten the chance to represent my Country India and work with my American peers to fight towards the same goal: wildlife protection. Since childhood, I have always been interested to know more about the vast biodiversity of our planet. I have also had a hidden passion to contribute towards the preservation of our beautiful nature. Prior to working with LIWC, I have long been a part of the AVI Foundation in Nagpur itself where we fight for the voiceless wildlife slaughtered mercilessly during “accidental encounters” with locals due to a narrow barrier between wildlife and humans. Joining this global organization, I seek to channel my time and energy to save our planet and work with distinguished conservationists abroad. I aim to host various projects for spreading awareness and educating the mass. Being an Atheist, I have always trusted nature and karma as my god on which I have relied and connected myself spiritually, emotionally, and physically. In the 21st Century, the internet is one of the best ways to convey and share our thoughts and messages. I along with my team in India share a deep devotion to work for LIWC and spread its messages to influence people positively in every corner of the world. Ultimately, I believe in generating “The Core Engine Of Humanity All Across The Globe”.
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