Born in an army family, I grew up enjoying India’s vivid heterogeneity. A passionate writer and storyteller from childhood, I loved sharing life’s musings based on my experiences. After completing schooling in The Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu, I graduated from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi, and went on to pursue Bachelor and Master of Laws at Faculty of Law, Delhi University. I co-authored ‘Design Rights and International Regime,’ Green Leaf Publications, 2014.
I began my legal career at the office of the Central Information Commissioner and then the Senior Standing Counsel to the Income Tax Department. I argued matters before family courts, tribunals and high courts all over the country, achieved client conversions and managed diverse stakeholder relationships.
Moving into the corporate world in 2012, I spent four years with PricewaterhouseCoopers at Delhi and Mumbai where I worked on high-value transactions, brought macro approach and solution-oriented rigour to the team, and closed long-standing legal disputes.
In 2016, I made the move from litigation to business writing and corporate communications when I led Magenta, a Mumbai-based branding and corporate communications consultancy. I engaged fresh human capital, established internal systems for effective service delivery, crafted content and engagement plans, developed thought leadership assets, and enabled organic growth.
Having pursued diverse roles for nearly a decade, I’m independently working with organisations across sectors as a corporate communications and marketing consultant since 2019.
Being a firm believer in equal opportunity and a keen observer of commonplace situations, I write non-fiction columns and articles for Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Tribune, Countercurrents, The Speaking Tree, INVC, Thrive Global, and Spark. My second narrative non-fiction book is complete.