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Nisha Hodge Addresses International Baccalaureate Conference

Nisha Hodge, a 2012 graduate of VI Montessori School & Peter Gruber International Academy, addressed the more than 1500 delegates at the 5th annual International Baccalaureate Conference of the Americas, where she articulated the benefits of an IB education and the educational opportunities she has experienced. She had the honor of introducing Philippe Cousteau Jr. as the keynote speaker for this global conference on education.
Hodge, who won the prestigious Gates Millenium Scholarship in 2012, was born on St. Thomas and is currently studying pediatrics with a minor in Spanish at the New College (The Honors College) of Florida.

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Nisha Hodge, a 2012 graduate of VI Montessori School & Peter Gruber International Academy, addressed the more than 1500 delegates at the 5th annual International Baccalaureate Conference of the Americas, where she articulated the benefits of an IB education and the educational opportunities she has experienced. She had the honor of introducing Philippe Cousteau Jr. as the keynote speaker for this global conference on education.
Hodge, who won the prestigious Gates Millenium Scholarship in 2012, was born on St. Thomas and is currently studying pediatrics with a minor in Spanish at the New College (The Honors College) of Florida.