Meet Our Students: Aditi Nair

Aditi Nair is a 16-year-old student attending Strawberry Crest High School. She plays piano in her free time and works as a tutor at Kumon. Aditi has one older brother. She is ambidextrous and can speak Hindi. Aditi’s future goals include attending the University of Florida and owning a pet monkey. She wants to be a psychiatrist or study film. To Aditi, the Power of Giving means putting others before herself and helping those in need.

Aditi’s introduction written by fellow Student Service Program member, Carter Young. You can see the entire Class of 2025 here.


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