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Founder of Mountain Resiliency Project Tsechu Dolma Gets Forbes Recognition

Tsechu Dolma Forbes 30 under 30 social entrepreneur
Tsechu Dolma Forbes 30 under 30 social entrepreneur

Tsechu Dolma, 24 year old Tibetan girl based in New York and founder of "Mountain Resiliency Project" in Nepal, who is currently in Bodh Gaya to receive Kalachakra initiation was selected as one of Forbes' 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneurs (2017).

When asked about her recognition by Forbes, she said she was delighted to hear about her selection. She came to know about it on the second day of the Kalachakra initiation. "I am very happy. For the first time a Tibetan has received this recognition. I found out on January 3rd," says Tsechu Dolma who holds master's degree on environment science from Columbia University, New York.

She founded her organization called "Mountain Resiliency Project" in Nepal in 2014 and has 15 personnel on staff who mostly works in Tibetan settlements and remote villages of Nepal where ethnic Tibetan people live.