An international trainer, academician, writer and speaker, with a holistic approach towards life, with over 20 years of experience in the fields of transformational ethics, human values, life skills, organizational development interventions, and finance.

A mother, a daughter, a wife, a sister, a friend, a mentor, a lover of stray dogs, chocolate, sunshine, books and Nature. A former investment banker-turned-ethics trainer. A speaker, writer and communicator who loves solitude. A corporate coach, professor and informal counsellor. A traveler, never a tourist. A practitioner of holistic healing. A yoga enthusiast. A voracious reader who finds books to be a lifeline to sanity. An enthusiastic student of eclectic themes. A listener and an observer of human nature.A music-lover. A blogger on themes related to spirituality and motherhood. A professional who revels in using creativity to find solutions to vexing challenges. A poet drawing inspiration from everyday epiphanies. A “never say impossible” hands-on leader and team-member of a tiny team with huge responsibilities in the education domain. A votary of Indian culture who marvels at the sheer diversity and beauty of cultural expressions in India. A consultant who works to build bridges across people and organizations of different cultures. A fan of street food and “cutting chai”. An admirer of those who take the road of principles while working towards profits.

A learner of life-skills from philosophers, scientists, humanists and poets, who is enthused by the words of Robert Frost: Two roads diverged in a wood and I – I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference.

A maverick who has followed her heart, choosing to walk down an unconventional path – and found it to be an immensely joyous and deeply fulfilling journey.  A follower of “Gyaan yoga”, with an uncompromising take on integrity and excellence. A work-in-progress human being, who is drawn to the wisdom of universal compassion and surrender to the Universe. A student of Advait Vedanta, who views the “jigsaw puzzle of life” and its challenges as tremendously meaningful, finding purpose and helping others find purpose in the journey as well as the destination.

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