women achievers

Weighed Down By The Imposter Syndrome? You’re Not Alone

Imposter syndrome is when someone feels like they don’t deserve their success, when they feel like an imposter in their current role — when they feel like they just don’t belong. Psychologists have found that women feel the imposter syndrome more than men. Among the successful women who have felt like imposters are Emma Watson, Kate(…)


Jyotika’s Bhatia’s Srujna Trust, is Giving Hope to Underprivileged Women

An MBA in social entrepreneurship, Jyotika Bhatia is the Founder Trustee of Srujna Charitable Trust. Hailing from Mumbai, she works in the field of education and livelihood. The Trust, provides skill training, grooms marginalised women for business training and provides market linkage to get employment opportunities. Till date, Srujna has impacted lives of 5000+ marginalised women(…)


Riddhi Gupta’s House Of Wow: Dancing with a Twist

Riddhi Gupta decided to leave behind a career in Economics and Statistics to pursue her passion for dance. Trained professionally in the Tanjore style of Bharatnatyam as a child, she has travelled across the globe and within the country meeting master trainers and experts. Her venture the House of Wow fuses different verticals of dance and curates(…)


Bringing Women on a Career Break to the Table with Industry Mentors

On a rainy Saturday in Mumbai, women on a career-break (including one whose break hadn’t yet started – 8 months pregnant!) gathered in the in Bandra-Kurla Complex to meet leaders of industry who had come together to MentorForHer spearheaded by connecting portal for women on a career break – JobsForHer. The idea? Get the women(…)


Founder of Mumbai Moms, Neha Kare Says Efforts Matter More Than Outcomes

In our continuing campaign series #WisdomOfMoms, here’s one from a mother who interacts with mothers every single day. Neha Kare remembers what her mother taught her and how those salient learnings have stayed with her forever.  “My mom taught me many things. However, the best lesson she taught me wasn’t a funny mom’ism. My mother(…)


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