Careers are increasingly protean. With a first-hand experience of such a trajectory, I help young professionals make sense of careers.
My definition of success changed multiple times over the course of my career. In a decade, I worked in 8 different roles, in 4 sectors (information technology, food and facilities management, travel retail, higher education), stayed in 5 countries for extended periods of time (US, France, UAE, Morocco, India) and travelled to over 20 countries in Europe, N. America, MENA. This diversity of experience forced me to adapt, unlearn and relearn.
As a career counselor
Serendipity led me to a career in career development. I was one of the team members who helped setup the career development office at Ashoka University, one of India's finest liberal arts universities. Currently, I work with O.P. Jindal Global University's Office of Career Services. JGU is among the top private universities in India that was awarded the Institution of Eminence status by the Government of India.
Over the last five years, I have counseled hundreds of students and young professionals across backgrounds with their career related queries.
Job search strategy
Hidden job market
Career experience building
Higher education applications strategy
Cover letter writing