Meet our fellow: My name is Sunny Rajupadhyay and I am 24 years old. I studied in Little Angels’ School until highschool, and after that I joined Silver Mountain College from where I obtained a Bachelors degree in Business Administration (BBA). During a field visit, I was taken to Dwarika Hotel where I tasted one of the finest Organic Coffees found in Nepal. It was not the first time I had coffee but from that day, I started looking at coffee differently. I went back to Dwarika Hotel to try it again but on that visit I found out that they were selling one cup of coffee for NRs 450 + taxes; which is expensive for a student but I did not mind spending my savings on it. Later that day, I went home and did an online research on Nepali Organic Coffee and went to different restaurants and cafes that sell organic coffees. I was on a coffee hunt for a long time during which I came to Karma Coffee. I found the place very interesting as it had the whole value-chain of coffee in a small boutique. I was desperate to learn from them about their products and business but I did not know how to approach them. After some time I saw the fellowship advertisement of ISAP shared in a facebook group called Entrepreneurs for Nepal. The picture had a cup of coffee in it and the advertisement was for Coffee fellowship so I got very excited about it. I clicked on the link to find out that the fellows would be placed at Karma and after going through the program details I realized that it would be a great opportunity for me to learn the entire ecosystem of coffee. I went through the questions thoroughly because I wanted to make sure that I don’t miss anything and after that I prepared my answers and applied for the fellowship on the same day.