The AIM Alumni Relations Office congratulates Krishna KC, MDM 1993, for receiving the Platinum Jubilee Award in Scarborough, Canada in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. As one of the awardees, he received a certificate and a commemorative pin to recognize his outstanding service to the community.
Krishna is a former civil servant. He served for 40 years and has worked with different UN agencies and INGOs doing relief and humanitarian work across five continents.
He has also authored many books on community development and has recently published a book on his life’s work of supporting universal human rights, children’s and women’s rights, the basic right to education, and community development titled ‘The Journey of Hope and Global Humanitarianism’. After its publication in June, 10-10-10 Publishing awarded Krishna “The Global Humanitarian Award” for his contributions to the community.
After retiring from active selfless service to humanity, Krishna has enthusiastically contributed to the democratic process in Canada by volunteering his time in political campaigns for several years as well as continuously donating to the political system.
Again, we offer our warmest congratulations to Krishna for this remarkable achievement. May you inspire many others to serve and transform communities around the globe.