I’m Nimit Arora, a first year MBA student at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School. I was born in New Delhi, India but you would be surprised to know that my ancestral origins trace back to Pakistan. I spent my childhood in Mumbai, the financial capital of India which hosts one of the biggest movie industries in the world (famously called Bollywood). Chennai became my third home where I spent four years majoring in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Madras. After graduating in 2006, I worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) as a Consultant for 3 years, providing Business Intelligence Solutions to clients from various industries. In 2009, I quit my lucrative job to pursue something I felt really passionate about. I joined SELCO Solar Light Pvt. Ltd., a social enterprise based out of Bangalore, providing clean and affordable energy services to underserved communities in rural India. Working at SELCO’s incubation lab, I was developing clean, low-cost products and technologies in an effort to provide technical solutions to social and economic problems of people in rural communities. My career interests are in renewable energy and sustainable solutions for poor. If you can’t find me in McColl Building or my home, I can be found playing badminton or tennis, singing and enjoying music, hiking mountains or just relaxing in the outdoors. The most amazing trip I’ve been to was a 15-day trek in the snow-clad Himalayas, followed by white water river-rafting in the Ganges.