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April 1st, 2021 

By CBS News 

Female Entrepreneur, Dipshika Karki is Using Her Powerful Story To Inspire Change

Dipshika Karki is a powerful millennial women in business and serial entrepreneur who has inspired innovators to use their personal stories as a vehicle to launch, develop, and grow their ideas into profitable businesses. In her words, “using the L’s in life to fuel the W’s is what success is all about.” Read her powerful message here...

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February 26, 2019

By Wilda Wong

Former opportunity youth wants to solve social issues through entrepreneurship

“How can we design a social enterprise that can help reduce female recidivism, enhance the human experience, and curate social impact in a way that is sustainable, scalable, and designed with purpose?”

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August 11, 2005

By The Washington Times

Nepali parents, American teens

Through an organization to which her mother belongs, the America-Nepal Women’s Association of Greater Washington, Dipshika has organized a youth forum. At the Arlington County Central Library auditorium on Sunday, Dipshika and three other Nepali teenagers will act as panelists and talk about feeling trapped between the American and Nepali cultures. An adult will give voice to the parents’ cultural concerns. Kedar Bhakta Shrestha, the Nepali ambassador to the United States, also will speak.

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April 12th, 2021 

By FOX34 News 

The Top 20 Entrepreneurs You Need to Know in 2021

Dipshika Karki is a powerful millennial women in business and serial entrepreneur who has inspired innovators to use their personal stories as a vehicle to launch, develop, and grow their ideas into profitable businesses. In her words, “using the L’s in life to fuel the W’s is what success is all about.” To read more about Dipshika Karki or connect with her please visit www.dipshikakarki.com.

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August 22, 2018

By USD Kroc School of Peace Studies

Social Innovators At The Kroc School

As part of the inaugural class of Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies' Master of Arts in Social Innovation in 2018. Kroc School Master of Arts in Social Innovation alumni reflect on their experiences within the program, the skills they acquired and how those newly found skills have prepared them for their careers post graduation.

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July 13, 2018

By Andy Tolley

Marketing and Program Coordinator for an award winning program with 200 + events for youth in 17 cities in Greater San Diego 

SD Nights is becoming the new hang out spot for kids and teens across San Diego County. Short for Safe Destination Nights, the program provides safe places where young people can safely hang out with their friends in the evening while also learning essential life skills and make a difference in their communities.

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July 27, 2019

By Lisa Deaderick

Helping young people find direction, safe spaces, empowerment

Dipshika Karki is the founder and CEO of Creativhouse, a nonprofit that provides services and resources to youth between 16 and 24 years old who are either unemployed or not enrolled in school. She’s also a program coordinator with the parks and recreation department for San Diego County.

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March 2, 2018

By USD Kroc School of Peace Studies

As millennials make up approximately one-half of Qualcomm’s global workforce, the outcomes of increasing engagement and reducing exit rates are very significant to the company. 

Consultant on a project with Qualcomm’s Global Inclusion and Diversity (GID) program, one of the largest and most innovative technology companies in the world. Through a series of human-centered design methods, students were able to develop creative solutions to help Qualcomm more effectively bring millennial ideas, creativity and energy to the table.

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Feburary 22, 2016

By Chloe Sommers

Operations Director / Marketing

Renaissance Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. added another historic milestone to its reputation as host of the Capitol CannaShow, the largest local business and advocacy-focused cannabis conference in the nation’s capital.

With over 2,000 attendees, vendors, and volunteers over the course of the day, it was the largest locally sourced cannabis conference and expo on the District has ever seen to date.