Forest Hills Central High School alumni, Class of 2002, Noorain Kahn, recently was featured in an online article in “ELLE” for her work at the Ford Foundation. According to the article, written by Leah Melby Clinton, Kahn earned degrees from Yale Law School, Rice, and Oxford and was a Rhodes Scholar. Although she landed a position at a top law firm, she realized her calling was elsewhere. She decided to turn her passions toward humanity and philanthropy, and she’s now the Ford Foundation’s program officer. As the article reads, “The Ford Foundation is a social justice philanthropy focused on fighting social inequality globally.” To read the complete story about Kahn’s personal experiences and how she found her passion, click here for the story online with elle.com.
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