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    Ganesh Kohli

    Co-founder, The Aha Movement, Founder, IC3 Movement, Chair, Board of Trustees, IC3 Institute President & Chief Mentor, KIC UnivAssist

    Ganesh Kohli is a teacher, counselor, entrepreneur, and life-long learner who has founded, nurtured and led multiple education-focused organizations over the past 23 years.

    In his professional journey, Ganesh has visited 450+ universities across the world, personally guiding 4000+ students in making decisions about their higher education. With the vision of “counseling in every school”, Ganesh founded the IC3 Movement, which has reached 80+ countries and has 300+ volunteers across the globe. Ganesh also serves as the Chair of the Board of Trustees for the IC3 Institute, a non-profit organization, with the audacious goal to train 100,000 school counselors, impacting 175,000 high schools in 15 years. Under his mentorship, KIC UnivAssist has grown to help 250+ universities plan and execute their international engagement with high schools and students in 70+ countries. Ganesh’s endeavor to bring meditation and mindfulness to millions of people in the execution of their work and everyday lives led him to create The Aha Movement, which continues to drive this philosophy through regularly scheduled meditation and mindfulness talks and events.

    Ganesh is the pioneer of the Counseling Laboratory™ pedagogy, a pathbreaking
    approach to high school career and college counseling. A gifted orator, Ganesh is a TEDx speaker and has presented at numerous global conferences over the years.

    To be of service is Ganesh’s highest aspiration. With a belief in the infinite potential of human beings, all the organizations he has founded strive to serve individuals in achieving this potential through training, counseling, mentoring and life-coaching.

    Ganesh can be reached at ganesh@theahamovement.com

    Position: Co-founder, The Aha Movement, Founder, IC3 Movement, Chair, Board of Trustees, IC3 Institute President & Chief Mentor, KIC UnivAssist

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