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Session 5 - Model: Dialogue & Connection

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August
2021
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Session 5 - Model: Dialogue & Connection

Abinash Kaur, Diveesh Singh, and Kulvir Singh focus on the model of dialogue and communication. They analyze the connections between conversation, relationship, and open floor communication. How can the world benefit from Sabad-Infinite Wisdom?

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Abinash Kaur

Student Physician, Renaissance School of Medicine

Abinash Kaur is a medical student at the Renaissance School of Medicine in Stony Brook, New York. She is involved in social justice and community projects that educate, uplift, and liberate the youth. 

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Diveesh Singh

Software Engineer

Diveesh Singh is currently working in the Bay Area as a Software Engineer. 

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Kulvir Singh Gill

Management Consultant

Kulvir Singh Gill has almost 20 years of experience working at the intersection of innovation, sustainability and business strategy. 

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