Nilay Joshi, Program Assistant at Fulbright Canada, works with the Coordinator for Public Affairs and Alumni Relations to further enhance Fulbright Canada's strategic plan to encourage and promote increased representation of indigenous peoples in higher education.
He is tasked with encouraging international collaboration between institutions and people on indigenous issues and assisting in the creation of new opportunities for indigenous peoples in Canada and the United States.
Nilay completed an Honours Bachelor of Arts at York University, where he specialized in History. He is currently a graduate student at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University in Ottawa.
His research interests include indigenous policy, Canada-US relations, and international development policy. In his free time, Nilay loves to travel and has done so quite extensively in North America.