The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Mounisha Anumolu

First-Year Fellowship: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Mentor: Jay Matson '91 and Nancy Bowler '82

Mounisha Anumolu ‘23 grew up in Orange, Connecticut and graduated from Amity Regional High School as a National Merit Scholar Finalist, a National AP Scholar, and a National Spanish Honor Society member. Mounisha served as class president, yearbook editor, and Academic Decathlon team captain. She was also a nationally-ranked parliamentary debater, a varsity field hockey player, and a classical violist. At Dartmouth, Mounisha is pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Economics, with a minor in Public Policy. She is a member of the Hill Winds Society, a Dickey Center Great Issues Scholar, and a research intern with the Geography Department. Mounisha is also involved with Dartmouth Parliamentary Debate and Women in Business. She has held internships with political campaigns, a consulting firm, and her local congresswoman. After graduation, Mounisha plans to pursue a career applying computer science principles and statistical methods to social, political, and economic issues.

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