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Meet Nabaraj KC

As a long time activist and leader for change, Nabaraj KC has spent his life dedicated to bettering his community. 

For the last two decades, he has spent his working life in community service. After attending public schools and receiving his Masters Degree in Global Leadership from Duquesne University he has worked as a successful entrepreneur, professional realtor and a community servant. From 2019-2020 he served as President of the Rotary Club of New York, Queens, the oldest and largest service organization in the world.

Nabaraj currently serves as Assistant Governor for Rotary District 7255. His work has resulted in global recognition as a community organizer, philanthropist, Nepalese community leader, and advocate for free medical care. He has been serving the communities for over 15 years continuously.

Nabaraj is a globally recognized humanitarian and has been the recipient of prestigious honors and awards from local, national, and international organizations for his work. In recognition of his dedication, Congresswoman Grace Meng recently dedicated December 22nd as "Nabaraj KC Day" within the 6th Congressional District.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Nabaraj has continued to help those in need, distributing meals, PPE, and other resources for Queens residents. He was a recipient of the “COVID-19 Hero Award” by Hami Negali Global and a COVID-19 Hero by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams.

Nabaraj lives in College Point with his wife, Ramila, and two sons, Nirabh and Neel.