A Visit from Sujeev Shakya, BU HHH Alumnus (2001-2002)
On Friday, April 6th, the Fellows had the opportunity to meet for lunch with 2002- 2003 BU Humphrey Fellow from Nepal, Sujeev Shakya, at our new offices on Bay State Road. Sujeev is a distinguished global leader and is currently the CEO of Beed Global management consulting firm.
Sujeev completed his Certification in Coaching from Columbia University (US). He is Founder CEO of Beed Global management private limited, an international management consulting and advisory firm and also Chairman of Nepal Economic Forum. He writes and speaks extensively on business, economy, leadership and development. A popular columnist, he is also author of Unleashing Nepal (Penguin Revised 2013).
Sujeev met with our Fellows to share reflections from his year at BU and critically useful advice for this year’s Fellows as they come to the end of their Fellowship year. He spoke about how the Fellowship shaped his career. He went on to discuss the current geopolitical state of the world and how it relates to the work he does. It was a deep and meaningful discussion which our Fellows greatly enjoyed.
Sujeev is here in Boston doing a college review trip with his teenage daughter, who was just one year old while Sujeev was a fellow here. Both his wife and daughter were able to join us for his visit and it was lovely to meet them both,
Sujeev remembers fondly living in 14 Buswell Street, a BU residence which is now home to many of our current fellows. He made a quick visit to to see his old home prior to the luncheon. We’d like to extend our thanks to Sujeev for taking the time to come visit and share his insights.