Princess Agina (She/Her)

Community and Project Management Executive, Laidlaw Foundation

About Princess Agina

Embracing the vibrant world of the Laidlaw Foundation, first as a Laidlaw Scholar at Oxford University's Saïd Business School and now as the Community and Project Management Executive, has been an exciting journey. Nurturing our vast online community, working closely with partners, and supporting internal projects are just a few highlights of my role at the Foundation. Working at the Foundation and on my startup ConnectU is something that I cherish.

Off-duty, I'm often found at the piano­čÄ╣, mesmerized in a theatre­čÄş, or painting away the night with friends­čÄĘ.  If our paths align in interests or work, why not connect? Ping me, and let's connect on LinkedIn.

I am a/an:

Staff Member/Trustee of the Laidlaw Foundation Women In Business Scholar

University

University of Oxford

Laidlaw Cohort Year

2021

Research Topic

Business & Management

Area of Expertise

Business and Management Diversity and Inclusion Entrepreneurship

I am from:

United States of America

I speak:

English Spanish

My hobbies/interests are:

Dance Foreign languages Gym Meditation Music Spirituality Travelling Volunteering Yoga

I am open to participating in mentoring/buddy programmes

Yes

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May 14, 2024

Your description of homemade dahi made my mouth water! Exploring Colaba and visiting the museum sounds like a great way to spend a Sunday, even with the frustrating parts. I'm truly enjoying reading through your blog posts. Thank you for sharing. Looking forward to more updates on your research and adventures in Mumbai!  

Apr 03, 2024

Wow, this sounds like it was such an incredible experience! Your passion for making science accessible and mentoring young scholars shines through every word, and it's inspiring to see the difference you're making. Well done! 

Comment on Research poster
Apr 02, 2024

Your insights on student preferences are eye-opening and will be so helpful in guiding the future of education--especially in reflective practice. Thanks for sharing!

Comment on Published Research!
Apr 02, 2024

Amazing news!! Congratulations, Anusha! 

Apr 02, 2024

Love this! It's great to see the conversations of intersectionality taking centre stage. Really enjoyed your summary and reflections. I lived in Harlem and the history of the Harlem Renaissance and the civil rights movement can be felt and observed even just walking past the stores, stands, and cultural sites on the streets! Did you get a chance to catch up with any Scholars in the area, by chance?

Comment on Research poster
Mar 18, 2024

Love that your research highlights the overlooked struggles of working-class women in legal frameworks that too often sideline their experiences. By advocating for a reevaluation of gender justice in contract law, you're not just pointing out flaws; you're pushing for a much-needed transformation. Truly inspiring.

Feb 27, 2024

Diving into the complexities of how contract law intersects with personal relationships and societal norms reveals so much about the gaps in our legal frameworks. It's commendable how you've woven feminist perspectives and relational autonomy into your analysis, offering a fresh lens to view these cases. Your work not only sheds light on the specific challenges women face within the legal system but also calls for a much-needed shift towards a more empathetic and context-aware legal practice. It's incredibly thought-provoking and pushes for a dialogue that's long overdue.

Comment on Final Reflections
Feb 26, 2024

Grappling with personal challenges like time management, and turning them into strengths by recognizing the impact of your actions on others, is truly inspiring. Your honest introspection and the way you've linked it to your leadership and research experiences is a reminder that leadership is a continuous learning process--deeply personal yet universally impactful. Thanks for sharing your journey and the lessons learned along the way, Alexi!

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