I am named after a Bollywood actress from the 60s.
I wanted to grow up & be a cashier.
I trekked around the Himalayas with my mother.
I do not know how to parallel park, whistle or keep a plant alive.
I have been sneezed on by a horse & an elephant, but only spit on by a camel.
I camped in a tent at 16,000 feet, slept in a Maasi hut & napped in a Bedouin cave.
I have been threatened with getting shot by the Secret Service for trying to get too close to President Clinton.
I went to Russia as a 13-year-old on a student exchange program right after the fall of the USSR. My favorite meal was at the first ever McDonald’s in Moscow.
I started off as an Art Director in advertising before cleansing my soul & becoming a humanitarian photographer.
I founded KIOO Project to change gender dynamics in economically challenged communities by teaching photography to girls. The girls then teach the boys.
I hate arugula.
We All Belong, New York, NY, 2019
Heavenly Lights, New York, NY, 2018
WHAT IT IZ!, Los Angeles, CA, 2017
Nasty Women Art Exhibition, New York, NY, 2017
India 2016, New York, NY, 2016
International Women’s Exhibit, Atlanta, GA, 2015
Kenya 2014, New York, NY, 2014
Rising Waters 2.0, New York, NY, 2014
Haiti in LA, Santa Monica, CA, 2013
Haiti 2013, New York, NY, 2013
New Moon Party, New York, NY, 2012
Around the World, Lisbon, Portugal, 2012
New York University, Rutgers University, IE Business School, Women’s Leadership Conference, Women in Leadership & Leadership Summit
THREAD at Yale, Boehm Media Fellowship, Preparing Global Leaders Academy, Global Social Impact House & The Ben Applebaum Foundation Master Class