Co-President: Kavya Lamichane
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.
Hi! I’m Medha. I am currently a high school junior attending Green Hope High School. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, baking, hanging out with my dogs and spending time with my family and friends. I am looking forward to meeting new people and learning a lot by being the communication lead of DOC NC!
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.