Medha Mukerji and Madhu Sharma talks about their ideas and experience around courage
Courage has no specific form and knows no bounds. From starting a side project to the act of listening when you would rather interject, every day we are wrapped in opportunities to exercise courage
About the speaker
About Medha :
“As far as my background is concerned, I started to work when I was 21. I had started my career in 2010 with BNP Paribas Wealth Management as a support to Business Development and continued with with Glaxo Smithkline Consume Health Care in their Accounting Control/Tax/ Commercial department.
I have also worked as a General Secretary to an NGO called Human Child Age Care Educational Society during the year (reg) 2013 - 2015
When I was at BNP Paribas, I would be editing their product notes and pitches for the clients. Soon enough, I knew that before I do an MBA and then start my own company, I had rather have the experience, and vision of exactly what I want to do, and then study further that would help and enhance my business.
I had taken my GMAT once and scored well enough to get through an Ivy League, but only a finance course would suit my kind of profile. I wasn’t ok with that.
I incorporated the company in June 2015. I never saw this as a startup, but I always envisioned Feministaa as a company, where I would retain my team members, have a motivated ambience, and have a huge office in a glass building!“
About Madhu :
‘Mindful, attentive, dedicated, ‘Happy go lucky’, ‘unusual and unique’ is how ‘MADHU’ wants to describe herself.
Born and raised in New Delhi, she studied through an integrated education system. National Association for the Blind (Delhi) was her resource school. Through NAB, she studied in Faith academy till class 6th, and in Delhi Public School R.K. Puram from class 7th to 12th. She then went on to pursue graduation in English Literature from Lady Sriram College in Delhi University.
She started her career in the final year of college. She worked with GE Capital International Services in the year 2003 – 2004. NAB was instrumental in getting her this start!
After graduating, she moved on to working as a software tester for ‘JAWS for windows’, a screen reading software, with Freedom Scientific in the year 2004-2005.
She has been working with Concentrix, earlier known as IBM Global Process Services as Senior Manager with the learning and development team. After working as a voice and accent trainer till March 2007, she moved to the learning & Development team through an internal job posting in March 2007. She has been a role model and encouraged many youngsters in colleges, NGOs, and corporates through her panel discussions, and talks at national and international forums.
On the personal front Madhu is married to Dinesh Kaushal who is also visually impaired and they are blessed with a son Namish.
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