Mint Money editor among Yale world fellows

Monika Halan, editor of Mint Money, the personal finance section of the business newspaper Mint, is one of two Indians who have been selected by Yale University for its has ‘signature global leadership development initiative’.

The official announcement from Yale reads:

Monika Halan (India)
Editor, Mint Money

Halan is editor of India’s second-largest business newspaper, Mint Money, which has an exclusive partnership with the Wall Street Journal. She is a media personality who is well known for her financial expertise.

Monika, former editor of Outlook Money, co-hosts a peronal finance show on NDTV.

The Yale World Fellows Program has at its core three main goals: to provide advanced training to emerging leaders from diverse disciplines and countries, to link this network of world leaders to each other and to Yale, and to expand and deepen international understanding at Yale.

Follow Monika Halan on Twitter: @monikahalan

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