Go the distance
My family has been supportive saying while it’s important to stay with family, this was a greater purpose, that of serving the nation.”
K arma Gyeltshen is a man who can fit easily in any conversation and with any group. It is unlikely for him to feel ‘out of place’.
This confidence has helped him develop good PR with people he has met during work, or when visiting his constituency, including the taxi driver whose car he hired.
Having completed his Masters programme recently, Karma Gyeltshen and his family still lives in Australia but he has been traveling back and forth for the upcoming elections.
His family has been supportive. “While it’s important to stay with them, this is for a greater purpose, that of serving the nation,” he said. “I have their blessings.”
Karma Gyeltshen resigned from STCBL in 2012 after working with the company for over two decades, to stand for National Council elections. He then started a consultancy firm and later went to Australia for his Masters Degree program.
“The elders in my community wanted me to stand for council elections again, but I disclosed to them that I was interested in the other election,” he said, adding that it was National Assembly which has the executive power.
Communities in my constituency, especially ones under Thedtsho and Yalang have several issues that need
Name : Karma Gyeltshen Age : 48 Years Constituency : Khamdang_ Ramjar, Trashi Yangtse Email : email@example.com Phone : 77499599 Qualification : Master of Business Administration, Kaaplan International Business School, Australia , Bachelor of Business Administration, SSM College of Arts and Science, India
Professional background : Consultant, KSD Education Consultancy General Manager, Toyota Department, STCBL to be addressed especially in terms of access to services.
“DNT’s vision of Narrowing the Gap in various sectors is favourable for my community,” he said, adding that the party was also solid because of the representation it had in terms of age and profession.