• Do not be afraid to fail.

    Be afraid to succeed in things that do not matter.

  • About

    I am a culture-builder, organizational designer, and social scientist. I believe that companies are, as Rha Goddess puts it, "eco-systems of humanity” and potential sources of connection, development, and evolution.

    I specialize in diversity, equity, & inclusion (DE&I) strategy, change management, and talent development, combining my marketing & communications expertise with a rich organizational consulting background across the private, non-profit, and government sectors. From high-level strategic thinking to practical implementation, my skills span leadership development, instructional design, facilitation, strategic & tactical planning, strategic communications, team building, and personal and organizational transformation. I am also driven by my passion to ensure that the latest insights from the fields of organizational behavior, social psychology, and education are skillfully and sustainably reflected in workplaces around the world.

    For over a decade, I have practiced within and advised organizations ranging from Fortune 10 companies, to start-ups, to cultural institutions on how best to navigate intentional and unexpected change. I've partnered with companies to co-create, pilot, and iterate adaptive solutions with an eye towards promoting inclusivity & equity, enhancing employee and leader capacity, and driving learning and innovation.

    Finally, as a former opera singer whose career has taken her to concert halls around the world and as the daughter of two Indian immigrants from a far-flung global family, I bring a multicultural and cross-disciplinary perspective to my work and a deep belief that intentional design of organizational systems is the key to achieving equitable and inclusive workplaces, expanding human freedom, and unlocking business potential.

  • IN good company

    A compendium of cross-disciplinary organizational wisdom and meditations on 'difference' spanning the globe and the ages. Lighting the way to a more human-centered, diversity-embracing future of work.