Born and brought up in Goa, Rohang is someone who would come across as inherently shy, introverted at first, but will not bat an eye while delving into a task at hand. As an INFJ he believes in emboldening friendships thick as blood and loves delving into multitude forms of expression and has arrived at a conclusion that art, poetry, writing, illustration are inseparable from his individuality. Having observed the biases, inequalities, stigmatised outlook encompassing mental illness, healthcare disparity and their intersections with class and caste positionalities growing up, he often found himself at an internal dissonance of wanting to drive change but the inability to substantially because of a lack of mentored vision. He believes that the Young India Fellowship (YIF) will enable him with critical thinking skills, the ability to analyse a problem or conflict from multiple lenses and intersectionalities. The idea of unlearning-learning which is an integral part of YIF fascinated him immensely. He has authored at various online platforms and publications on topics encompassing mental health, confessional conflict, poetry apart from being published in two anthologies. He has interned in pharmaceutical sciences, illustrated for NGOs, driven art activism campaigns and has been featured on Instagram’s blog in 2018.