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Co-President: Kavya Lamichane

Contact: kavya@docnc.org

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Hello! I’m Kavya, a junior at Enloe High School. Since sixth grade, I’ve been active in DOC NC and various other clubs like Varsity Swim, HOSA, and the Youth Climate Summit Advisory Board. I enjoy Kathak dance, painting, and spending time with family, friends, and my furry friend Jimbo. My journey with DOC NC has been fulfilling, fostering personal growth and a commitment to community impact. Engaging in diverse initiatives, from fundraising to environmental conservation, has deepened my empathy and sense of belonging. As co-president, I look forward to welcoming new members and ensuring their experience is rewarding. In the future, I’m interested in Environmental Science and Public Health, aspiring to contribute to the medical field.

Co-President: Shaurya Sharma

Contact: shaurya@docnc.org

Hello everyone! My name is Shaurya Sharma, and I am the co-president of DOC NC. I am a Green Level High School junior and love reading, writing, medicine, and sports. I am involved in activities such as HOSA, Biology Club, Speech and Debate, and more in school. With my role as president, I hope to change and improve DOC NC by introducing new and innovative programs, strengthening our current programs, and bringing more initiatives to DOC NC that focus on the development of our members so that we can accomplish our mission of developing young leaders. I look forward to working with all DOC NC members and parents to make a real difference in our community, and I hope to do a lot of good in my term as president. If you have any questions about DOC NC, or in general, please feel free to contact me at shaurya@docnc.org.

Vice President: Arsh Jha

Contact: arshjha@docnc.org

Hi everyone, my name is Arsh Jha and I am the Vice-President of DOC NC. I am a sophomore at Panther Creek High School and have been involved in DOC NC since I was in 7th grade. I’m involved in various clubs and activities such as the Youth Climate Summit Advisory Board, TSA, and Bhangra! As Vice President, I look forward to helping DOC NC reach new heights through various programs, fundraisers, and activities dedicated to keeping North Carolina sustainable. Alongside the growth of the organization, I look forward to working with all of you, the DOC NC community, to all grow and accomplish our goals together. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out!

Marketing Head: Arshi Bhartia Ranjan

Contact: arshi@docnc.org

Hi! I’m Arshi & I’m the current marketing lead for DOC NC. I’m currently a junior at Apex Friendship High, and part of the WISE and Speech & Debate program there.  I’m a huge cinephile, love music & reading. I love to write about everything around me and I have a blog called “read all about it,” that I started with my best friend. My goal for DOC NC is to spread a simple vision: community service is more than putting down 1, 10, 50, 100 hours on a spreadsheet and claiming to have an impact on a community. It’s about the silent demand of change that we share to the people beside us — that no matter who someone is, they have the right to receive the care of someone that can change their life even by a little bit. And so from a more refined perspective, even that 1 hour we log on as “volunteering” , maybe forgetting the names of the very people we helped — and in the long run forgetting what we did… it’s our impacts that are remembered forever. That’s the impact I want to make on the world. That’s the change that I demand from the world.

Communications Head: Medha Kuchimanchi

Contact: medha@docnc.org

Hi! My name is Medha, and I’m a junior at Green Hope High School. I am the Communications Head of DOC NC. I spend my free time hanging out with my dogs and family or baking and reading. I’m involved in extracurriculars like NHS, NTHS, and choir, and I frequently tutor at school. Volunteering is essential to me because it allows me to positively impact the community. When volunteering, I know I’m making a real difference in my community, and that’s a great feeling. Through my volunteer work, I’ve learned the importance and the difference made by giving back to the community. I’m excited to be the Communications lead and look forward to helping the organization grow and thrive. I believe that by working together, we can make a real difference in our community, and I’m proud to be a part of that effort. I’m looking forward to building new connections and helping DOC NC grow!

Treasurer: Anvita Anaja

Contact: anviita@gmail.com

Hi, my name is Anvita, and I am a current Junior at Panther Creek High School! I have been a part of DOCNC for the last 10 years and have had the pleasure of watching our organization grow throughout North Carolina. I currently serve as Treasurer and help in managing various member-led projects in our community. Through my role, I help in raising funds for our organization and allocating resources for our members to help them succeed with our mission. In addition to my responsibilities at DOCNC, I am passionate about environmental sustainability and have initiated several eco-friendly initiatives within our local community. I also enjoy mentoring younger students in academic and leadership skills, fostering a sense of community and empowerment among them. I am excited about the difference DOCNC fosters in our community and beyond as we work towards a brighter future together.

Secretary: Hardik Agarwal

Contact: champs.hardik24@gmail.com

Hi! My name is Hardik Agarwal, and I’m currently serving as the Secretary for DOCNC. I’m a junior at Panther Creek High School, deeply involved in our community and extracurricular activities. My roles extend beyond academics as I love playing basketball and the guitar. Beyond the boundaries of school, I dedicate my time to teaching French to young children, helping them to embrace and understand a new language and culture. With my role at DOCNC, I’m committed to enhancing our organizational efficiency and outreach. I aim to introduce innovative approaches to engage our volunteers across all age groups, ensuring they feel valued and motivated. My vision for DOCNC includes expanding our network through strategic partnerships with local businesses and educational institutions, thereby amplifying our impact on the community. I believe in the power of collaboration to bring about substantial social change and am keen on finding new ways to make DOCNC a cornerstone for community service and environmental sustainability. I look forward to making lasting connections and contributing significantly to our shared goals at DOCNC.

Special Projects Committee Lead: Ishitha Teluguntla

Contact: iteluguntla@gmail.com

Hi! My name is Ishitha and I am the current Special Projects Committee Lead. I am a senior at Enloe High School where I am treasurer of Key Club and also an active member of NHS and HOSA. Outside of school, I dance and tutor kids at my local Kumon center. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, photography, and spending time with my family and friends. I am excited to build more connections through my role at DOC NC. As the Special Projects lead I am looking for new and innovative ways to involve DOCNC volunteers of all ages to make a positive impact in the community, bringing in various fundraising events, corporate sponsorships, community outreach, and education initiatives. I am also looking for opportunities for DOCNC to partner with the non-profit organization and schools to explore collaborative projects to make DOCNC more sustainable in terms of community service operations and environmental impact.

Communications Committee: Ekansh Bhatia

I am a 9th grade freshman at Raleigh Charter High School. I have been part of  DOCNC for the past 5 years. I enjoy being outside. When I have free time, I can be seen reading or spending time with his family. I believes in the goal of DOCNC. I believe in sustainability and think we can make a difference in the world.