Finding Fulfillment · Forging your future

At the AP: The Home Stretch

It’s the final week of my internship here at The AP, and it’s been a truly rewarding experience. I’m still in disbelief at how quickly 12 weeks have passed! My mentors have guided me in better understanding B2B marketing, and through the weeks, they have given me more ownership of assignments. While the first part… Continue reading At the AP: The Home Stretch


At The Hindu: Two legends, two nations and one great ideology

CHENNAI: Two men from opposite sides of the world transformed their countries based on the same precepts: non-violent protest can spark change, not only within a nation, but around the world. To mark 50 years since Martin Luther King Jr.’s pilgrimage to India, the U.S. Consulate General here inaugurated an exhibition at Sri Krishna Sweets… Continue reading At The Hindu: Two legends, two nations and one great ideology

Reflections · Travel

Notes from the motherland

I never imagined volunteering myself to stay in India longer than three weeks. My parents had brought me to Chennai every single year of my life. The images of India I had always conjured included countless mosquitoes, power outages, and sweltering heat. I'll be honest. I didn't like it.But after the demise of my grandfather… Continue reading Notes from the motherland