Since I was 5, I remember changing school in every 2 years or sometimes twice in a year. I have studied from 10 different schools because my father was a Government official, he was re-located from one place to another within the country. Growing in a multicultural environment, I learned the art of connecting and adapting. I was quite fascinated by different cultures. When I grew up, my interest in learning technology, taking ownership, and good performance paved way for my overseas assignments to Germany. The extensive experience of working with clients across continent – UK, Germany, Australia, and Singapore has helped me to develop a heightened sensitivity to the subtle differences between diverse workforce. I grew to understand the global businesses perspective and the needs of a diverse group of clients. This experience is invaluable to any community that encourages diversity and inclusion. My experience of working in diverse culture will engage/prepare peers for employability in a competitive international/multi-cultural/global economy like the USA. By pursuing my own ventures and supporting those of others, I will lend my creative spark to a new world of innovation. I am excited about the possibility of using my skills to advance the entrepreneurial plans of my fellow students. I directed a mentoring program in my college to assist peers and hope to continue similar work at ASU. Having spent 2 years in Tempe, I am familiar with the city. I can be of great assistance for international students who may face the formidable challenge of adjusting to a new country and language.
The most important aspect of leadership is setting an excellent example to create a better future. Over the past several years, my local neighborhood continues to struggle with the devastating effects of gender discrimination in higher education. For far too many girls, the lifelong benefits of higher education remain an elusive dream. I am one of the lucky ones who had immense support of the family. With each success, I confirmed my personal responsibility to help girls to achieve higher education specially in the field of science. I volunteer with My goal is to keep their hope alive, through the power of a positive example. I believe my personal values of determination, cultural understanding, and serving others, combined with my professional attributes of leadership, global experience, and team working skills will reinforce the values of ASU community. I am certain that I will be a vibrant contributor to the class and a distinguished alumnus.