Anitra Chughtai '06
B.A. East Asian Studies; Pittsburgh, Pa.
Heritage Scholarship; Modern Languages Department (Japanese) Fellow; Antioch Education Abroad, Kyoto Japan; Buddhist Studies in Japan; Office of Religious Life - Intern; Office of Campus & Residential Life - Resident Assistant; East Asian Studies Student Conference 2006 Planning Committee Member; Take Back the Night - Logistics Committee; Safe Zone - Advocate; Denison Religious Understanding - Elder Council Member; Amnesty International - President
Supporting comments: "Anitra has exceptional leadership qualities that are displayed through her non-judgmental, open attitude toward others, her work ethic, and her organizational abilities. In Denison Religious Understanding, she keeps folks on task with a firm but humorous personality, and sets the tone for openness and hospitality. She expresses a religiosity shaped by exploration and openness, not by certitudes. Through the efforts of leaders like Anitra, the content and character of the group has gained a very positive reputation on campus. She is reliable, inquisitive, and great with people in an understated, non-flashy manner. She follows her passions and interests with a dedication and sincerity that translates into leadership that is quieter, less obvious, but in the end stronger. She will be an asset to any organization of which she becomes a part."