Khushboo Goyal

2022 Summer Student | Calgary

403.206.6339

Portrait of Khushboo Goyal

Overview

Khushboo has completed her first year of law at Thompson Rivers University. Prior to attending law school, Khushboo obtained a Bachelor of Science with a major in Biology and a minor in Linguistics from the University of Alberta. She then pursued a Bachelor of Commerce after-degree with a major in Marketing. Before commencing her legal education, Khushboo worked as a Customer Experience Associate at a major financial institution.

Throughout her studies, Khushboo was an active volunteer. During her undergraduate degree, she founded a student group in support of women and children fleeing domestic abuse staying at shelters. Additionally, Khushboo was elected as the VP of Events for the Business Law Society in law school. She is responsible for developing relationships with firms that can provide TRU law students with valuable practical and networking skills through mentorship and events.

Khushboo has maintained a longstanding commitment to various organizations and values community involvement. She began volunteering with a large Edmonton based public continuing care organization in 2009. Through her dedication to the organization,  Khushboo was recognized in the 2015 AHS Apple Magazine for her exemplary volunteerism. Khushboo has since been asked to serve on the board of the organization, where she helps execute large-scale fundraisers, supports strategic marketing, and advocates for geriatric care.

Furthermore, Khushboo enjoys taking a worldly approach to her volunteering efforts. Her experience includes teaching English in Bali, working at orphanages in India, and assisting conservationists in Costa Rica. She hopes to further combine her passions for travel and volunteer work in the future.

In her spare time, Khushboo enjoys playing tennis, oil painting, and finding the best vegan eats around the city.

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