Kiran is a fourth-year student pursuing her Education degree at Simon Fraser University. She is the Vice President of a registered nonprofit, Kids Play Youth Foundation, an organization that has been working towards the improvement of society by preventing children and youth from getting involved with drugs and gangs since 2015. Over 40,000 youth have gone through numerous free programs provided by the organization. Kiran and the team are hoping to keep a positive trend of motivation through sports for the youth of Lower Mainland. Kiran has spent over 40 000 hours volunteering to protect her community. Her work for her community has been recognized by various organizations and she has been representing as one of the top leaders in the Lower Mainland.
She is a graduate from Akal Academy Baru Sahib, an international school based in Northern India. Akal Academy aims at developing young people who have cultivated mind imbued with a spirit of inquiry, thirst for knowledge, respect for diverse world cultures and a keen desire to serve the community in which they live and work. She wishes to serve humanity at large through spiritual values and knowledge acquired through modern education. After she finishes her post–secondary education, she wishes to teach in countries where children do not have the privilege of education.