The story of me...

Who am I, you ask?

Well, I'm a curly-haired (and sometimes straightened-haired) South Asian woman who has only recently realized that she speaks White in a brown-body. Which means, I am on a path to unlearning, decolonizing my own mindset, and relearning.

I am far more aware of my privilege now than I was a few years ago and I am actively channeling my privilege to strengthen my allyship leadership model. I am studying the intersection of power and privilege and the possibilities it brings for equity and belonging.

My bio reads: I am a leader in the social impact sector with nearly 20 years of experience in designing human development programs, working closely with corporations to help them change racially biased hiring practices, and building the capacity of the non-profit sector to change systems. My lived experiences have afforded me a unique perspective on transformative systems change and I do just that! I bring experiences from the workplace, from my travels, and from my childhood that have shaped my understanding of community, leadership, and human development.

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