She is smart, confident and fiery with a tinge of innocence attached. When I spoke to her, I couldn’t help but admire her smiling face, cheerful attitude and that sparkle in her eyes that testified “CHANGE”. She is the founder of a non-profit ‘For a Change, Defend’ and a speaker at United Nations Commission on Status of Women.
Inspiring beyond words ‘Pooja Nagpal’, an 18 year old girl based out of California, US, who travels across the interiors of India to teach martial arts. She has trained 800 rural women and girls so far.
Read my complete article on Pooja Nagpal on Girls to Watch Series
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Manvi is passionate about narrative storytelling and uses it as a medium to know ‘the why’ behind every human. She has worked at the intersection of corporate research, academics, and media in a career spanning nine years. Currently, she works with the New Delhi Institute of Management as an Assistant Professor. She serves as an Omniscient Perspective writer for Saris to Suits ®, Lead Content Writer at OPSVISE, and a regular contributor to eShe ®. Before this, she has worked with PLAN International (India Chapter), tech consulting firm Protiviti, management consulting firm Kearney, Women to Watch Media ®, and Foundation of Organizational Research & Education (FORE School) in various capacities.
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