Hi everyone. I am a lawyer turned corporate communications consultant and nonfiction writer. I’ve enjoyed a decade of diverse roles as an advocate, business editor, and head of client services. As a lawyer, I argued cases before family courts, worked on taxation matters before tribunals and high courts, and handled high value projects for four years at PricewaterhouseCoopers. In the last three years, I led a branding and communications consultancy to develop a range of thought leadership assets for blue-chip giants.
Today, I work as an independent communications professional with multiple organizations. I create narratives on cross-functional collaborations, D&I practices and flexi workspaces, and industry-specific business stories that explore innovations in functions, sectors, and technologies by leading brands in the market. I also interview heads of businesses. I’m empanelled as corporate communications consultant with ‘Vahura’ and Senior Writer with ‘Women’s Web.’
When my readers, right from CXOs to homemakers in Tier 2 cities express how they connect with my narratives, I feel a sense of purpose to my work.
Through my formative years and professional journey, I have keenly observed commonplace situations, routine activities, habits and reactions, people and relationships. Columnist with ‘Thrive Global India,’ my opinion pieces on gender and life’s nuances appear at Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Tribune, Countercurrents, The Speaking Tree, International News and Views Corporation, Jaipur Literature Festival, Thrive Global, and Spark. I have curated such work available in the public domain under Extraordinary in the Ordinary and Because I am a Woman. While the former offers thought-provoking and relatable nuances of everyday experiences, the latter engages you in bold and objective gender conversations.
Lady Shri Ram College Alumna and LL.M. Gold Medalist from Faculty of Law, Delhi University, I also speak at events and share original stories. I’ve presented few snapshots at As a Speaker.