Ruchika’s journey has taken her across the world and she’s given up a life-long effort to help others achieve their dreams.
About the speaker
Ruchika Tulshyan is the author of “The Diversity Advantage: Fixing Gender Inequality In The Workplace.” Through her company Candour, Ruchika advises companies on diversity & inclusion strategy and communications.
Ruchika writes regularly for publications such as Harvard Business Review, Forbes and The Seattle Times. She also serves on the founding editorial team of The Establishment. Ruchika is currently adjunct faculty at Seattle University, and on the Seattle Women’s Commission. She has worked in six cities across four countries.
Ruchika is from Singapore, which means that she’s always hungry, and a new Seattleite, which means that she’s always caffeinated.
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I became a bad immigrant by becoming civically engaged, by calling out systemic racism, by refusing to work with organizations that had no people of color, by protesting and marching against institutional oppression, by talking about myself and learning to say no. — Ruchika Tulshyan
I’ve learned that the moment you want to give up is exactly when you shouldn’t. — Ruchika Tulshyan