At Cubes4Cures, we hold ourselves to the highest possible standard. We believe that all students deserve an outstanding education, fit exactly to their needs. Cubes4Cures instills confidence and broadens opportunities by giving each student the skills they need to succeed.
For years, the caring community of Cubes4Cures has educated students with special needs, as well as unique abilities and backgrounds. We provide an individualized approach that offers support and facilitates attainable opportunities. Every program that Cubes4Cures offers enhances the lives and expands the futures for all of our students, and their families as well.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Passion, leadership and service
A Guinness World Record Certificate holder for marathon violin, an elected student officer, winner of a global singing competition, a diploma holder in Indian Classical dance, a passionate fine arts' student, a High School Track Enthusiast, a humble and devout daughter, Praagna got inspiration and guidance from her Spiritual Master, Sri Sri Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji, the founder pontiff of Avadhoota Datta Peetham of world acclaim. Determined to make this world a better place for everyone with skill equity and inclusive learning, she chose to start at a place of her early association. Initiated with the online, on-demand lessons of solving Rubik's cubes of progressive complexity - this is expected to grow bigger.
Drawing inspiration from the service to all beings and the poise as well as equanimity taught by her Sadguru, Praagna spent some Middle & High School summers volunteering at the Shukavana, the aviary with the world's largest number of parrot species helping the avian hospital with the world-class facilities.
She and her friends gathered community support and helped many hospitals (NJ & NYC) during the early pandemic by providing hand-made life saving masks when the supplies were very low.
She has a penchant for fine arts displayed by her dedication to sing, win, compose, choreograph and perform in dozens of events. She went on to win second place in the famous inter-continental classical dance competition.