I unlock a deeper connection within people: to them-selves, each other, and the systems they are a part of. So they can become better leaders, build healthier communities, and create meaningful, sustainable, impact.
I combine a sense of grounded quiet calm with playful zest. Clients describe me as highly attuned, thoughtful, humble, courageous, straightforward, lively, and bringing both depth and practicality to leadership and organizational challenges.
With over a decade of experience facilitating and coaching leaders, teams, and organizations across industries and geographies, my work highlights the importance of embodiment and the development of our ‘inner operating system’ (how we make sense of ourselves, others, and the world) in order to create lasting change.
I integrate modern research and ancient wisdom around psychological, spiritual, and systems development. I also draw on my background in consulting with McKinsey & Company, leading a large-scale organizational transformation from the ground up, teaching through Wharton’s Leadership Program at the University of Pennsylvania, and my varied global experiences.
Originally from India, I grew up moving internationally and spent several years in England, Thailand, Singapore, and Indonesia. I now live with my partner in California, where I fill my free time with nature, music, adventure, play, and my own inner work.
At my core, I am guided by a purpose to co-create a world where we continually choose love over fear.