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Ms. Nurturing Sustainable Growth

About Me:

I’m a dramatic girl from a small town who has big aspirations of coming on a screen in Times Square talking about the impact my company has created.
When I say dramatic, I mean it. I have been a theatre artist all my life, from doing street plays to improve! Each of them has provided me with perspective and the ability to think from someone else’s shoes.


Undergrad School: Kalinga International Institute of Technology

Undergrad Major: Electronics and Electrical Engineering

GPA: 3.4

GRE: 300

Age: 24,  Ethnicity: Asian or Indian

Extracurriculars: German, and Theatre.

Work History:

Title: Solution Principal

Industry: Technology

Company: Start-Up

Length of Employment: 2 yrs, 9 mos

Big Life Wins:

– I was immensely scared when I was asked to mentor an MBA student and a fresh B.Tech grad and introduce them to the world of sales with my experience of 2 years.
– My manager had taken a big leap of faith and entrusted me with the responsibility of guiding these two.
It was hard at the beginning, I used to cry at night because I didn’t find myself as an able leader for the lateral and was annoyed with the fresh grad’s multiple questions. It did teach me an extremely important lesson, a leader needs to be versatile. Both of them required different styles. For the fresh grad, I began hand-holding because he really needed help and with the lateral, I became more organised, introduced him to the world of sales at this company and learnt from him. One of my biggest achievements as a leader was when my fresh grad was praised by the client for excellent execution. I felt so happy and knew I wanted to continue mentoring and helping people. With the lateral, he valued my mentorship and he won multiple deals and credited them to me for teaching him the know-hows. This journey helped me understand myself more and how I do want to create an impact and give them an experience that they remember for a lifetime.

Post MBA Goal:

I want to be a change maker. I want to create an impact and nurture sustainable growth


Target School: Harvard

Status: Open


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