When I told my coworkers, family, and friends that I was going to live in rural India for ten months, the reaction quickly became predictable: raised eyebrows, pursed lips, and
I consider myself a storyteller, a wordsmith, a communication expert, a journalist. I seek out narratives in my day-to-day, craft puns in my spare time, accidentally interview my friends mid-casual-conversation.
Nestled in a quaint village on the outskirts of the jungle in Anjuna, Goa is an old Portuguese house that is the home to a small media organization with a
I owe to my undergraduate education the key insight that knowledge in our world comes in myriad forms: local, generational, scientific, intuitive. This belief has both shaped my travel experiences
I finished my meeting at Hengasara Hakkina Sangha (HHS) (a women’s rights group in Bangalore doing capacity building trainings for women’s collectives, reforming institutions and services, and working on other