Following the devastating Earthquake of 2015, Shailee along with her team mate Maya Gurung has been actively supporting 8 schools in the district through the team’s non-profit, Global Inclusive Adventure Organization (GIA). The goal is to help the schools become world class education centers. Hence, GIA provides daily afternoon meal to nearly 2000 students. The team has built 5 semi permanent schools, installed clean drinking water and toilet facility at three schools and hired teachers for better education. Focus for the year 2017 is to develop and implement program to enhance quality of education in the region.
Shailee co-leads empowerment program for young survivors of trafficking in Nepal through the team’s non-profit organization GIA. The vision is to provide long term support to the survivors with empowering jobs in the tourism industry. Since late 2014, GIA in partnership with US based non-profit Courageous Girls, has been providing regular outdoor training, English language lessons, meditation sessions, trekking opportunities among other support. Shailee has led the young survivors in two treks to the Everest Base Camp. The ladies have moved on from treks to mountaineering and water guiding training programs.