Global Shaper, Developing Leaders, Rethinking Business
Shruthi is passionate about developing young people and rethinking how we do business to create a thriving, sustainable, and peaceful future. She has recently been building a curriculum that integrates social change and academics through storytelling, Better World Education and working in a learning and development capacity with Inspiring Stories. Shruthi is a Global Shaper with the World Economic Forum and enjoys playing music, hiking, photography and travel. You can follow her blog here.
"Why on earth would you swim with sharks?" "Do you have life insurance?" "You're nuts!" "How on earth can you let your daughter do such a thing?" Sharks are pretty dangerous creatures. From their mult...
In the midst of a construction site in a rapidly developing suburb of Pune, you'll find an interesting collection of people gathered. IT professionals, mechanics, builders, taxi drivers, teachers, parents, children, and grandparents too. People of various faiths. People from all walks of life. And at the heart of this group is a hardworking, cheerful, incredibly talented chai maker who can teach us all about a lot more than just tea.
I want to tell you about one of the newest friends I have made here in India: Chetan. Chetan stays in Vangani, a suburb of Mumbai. He is a young dad, and lives in a humble home with his wife Radha and adorable baby twins. He's also a musician with an incredible passion for percussion, and a pretty good singer too.