She says, “I grew up in a middle class family in Bangalore. The conversations over a cup of freshly brewed filter coffee revolved around people who were making a positive impact through their work. My parents didn’t save much because they believed in investing in my education. They wanted me to be among those who were doing impactful work.”
Its only after becoming a mother, she could translate these thoughts into action.
She says it was during her maternity leave that she began to contemplate doing something on her own. “My nights became longer. Not only because there was a baby to take care of, but because I no longer wanted to go back to a regular day job. I knew I wanted to become an entrepreneur"
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