Together with my sister and brother-in-law I founded the Kiran Fund because during our stay in Nepal in 2001 we saw many people who could be helped a lot with small amounts. I think the choice to focus on education is a very good one because I am convinced that its an investment in the future. It is very unfair that some children are born and grow up in such poverty. I work in a marketing department at a medical device manufacturer. I am married and have 3 children. My hobbies are running, traveling and reading. I have been to Nepal a number of times visiting my brother-in-law Jum in Mauja and Yampa Phant. Since then I’ve had a close relationship with Nepal and I would like to do something for the poor children to give them a better future.