Tell us about yourself.
My name is Ranbir Gill, and I am from Sacramento, California. However, I was born and raised for a part of my childhood in Punjab, India. I moved to Pittsburgh to attend the University of Pittsburgh and graduated in Spring of 2016. I majored in Political Science and minored in History. I have been fortunate to gain experience and exposure to the Non-Profit sector throughout college and post-college. I interned with The Pittsburgh Foundation for almost a year within the organization’s Development and Communication department. I also interned at Cold Spark Media, a political consulting non-profit, during my Senior year of College. Prior to starting the program, I was an Advancement Assistant at the Carnegie Museum of Art. My role consisted of a variety of responsibilities, from donor interactions to data management. I applied to the MBA-SBP program to further my career and education, so that I can grow as a leader and develop better management skills to bring to a work place. I want to build important connections with my professors and peers during this program, and I want to continue to increase my confidence as a leader. I hope to be able to obtain a job after this program that will lead me to better my local community and provide me with the opportunities necessary to grow within my career.
What is one of your favorite things to do in Pittsburgh?
I enjoy discovering new restaurants and coffee shops to try out. I also spend a lot of time at the museums in Pittsburgh and love going to Penguins games.
What skill would you like to master?
Cooking—I want to be able create beautiful and healthy meals.
What are you most looking forward to in the next 10 years?
Accomplishing my career goals and adding more adventures & travel to my calendar.
Where would you spend all of your time if you could?
Traveling all over the world.
Who inspires you to be better?
My family and especially my siblings.