Anlly Palacios is a second-year CIPA student who is concentrating her studies on Social Policy. If you wish to learn more about Anlly, you may read her bio here.
Hi, I’m Elaha Mahboob. I spent my childhood in Iran as an immigrant and returned to my native country of Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban. I pursued my undergraduate degree in computer science in Afghanistan, and was one of a very few women enrolled in this male-dominated program. While at university, I recognized the transformative nature of computer programming, and what a great equalizer software development can be.
Thus, in my second year of university, I co-founded Afghan Citadel Software Company with my sister Roya, the first female-owned IT business. Later on, my sister and I decided to provide access to technology for girls in schools by creating IT centers and holding digital literacy and financial literacy programs for them, in order to help them improve their lives. (more…)
Anlly Palacios is a second-year CIPA student who is concentrating her studies on Social Policy. (more…)
I have benefited from my two years of experience here at CIPA. One such benefit is my research experience.
Thanks to the diversity of this program, I was able to find something fitted to my interest of education policy, even though education policy is not one of main concentrations. (more…)