Neha is an exemplary student in the SAS History Honors Program and Bloustein School of Public Policy. She has just finished an honors thesis capstone project in the History Department focused on educational development in the Kerala region of India while also completing courses in the Master of Public Policy Dual-Degree Program with great success. She is the recipient of numerous undergraduate awards and has excelled in multiple campus leadership positions throughout her undergraduate career including Eagleton Institute of Politics; Rutgers Alternative Breaks; Lead-Up Academy; Office of Student Involvement and Leadership; and Collaborative Center for Community-Based Research and Service. She has also done an impressive amount of community service (through Youth Empowerment Services and through Aresty’s “The Civically Engaged Districts Project”). She has a Certificate in Women’s Leadership from the Institute for Women’s Leadership, and she is also a correspondent at the Daily Targum. She is an outstanding scholar who has dedicated herself to student leadership and the betterment of the community.