How she started: "After spending seven years with a bank, I wanted to put myself out there in unknown, in middle of a new challenge, push my limits, and triumph."
How did people react: "'You supported me in first three years of my startup, now it’s my time to return the favour,' said my husband when I told him about my decision to leave a plush banking career to join the Fellowship. However, being a married woman, I had to convince two families. They were initially reluctant, but gradually came around when they saw my conviction."
Biggest perk of the job: "I didn’t imagine to get as much love from them as I get today. I am learning that every individual is different with unique personalities."
Advice for other aspiring teachers: "In corporate language, think of it as a two year MBA where you get paid in money, friends, learning and happiness."