Gargi Randive is a senior at South Brunswick Highschool and has been part of the Asha for Education – Princeton chapter team since 2021. She was drawn to be a part of this organization because of its cause of helping underprivileged children in India get a better education. In the past she has helped by raising awareness for events, such as the annual run and also helped organize the runs. This year with the help of social media and many digital platforms she plans to spread the word of this event to multiple people to help the vital cause of this organization. By volunteering for Asha for Education – Princeton Chapter Gargi has gained leadership, management and communication skills and enjoys being a part of changing a child’s future.
In addition to being a teen volunteer at Asha. Gargi has been swimming since she was 3 years old and swims for a USA level team called XCEL, she plans to pass down her knowledge of swimming by interning at Princeton Health and Wellness where she teaches young kids and adults to swim. As her interest in medicine she is a part of Biomedical and Futures club and also volunteers at CentraState Hospital. Gargi has also enjoyed activities like scuba diving, ziplining and hiking.