This was the year where I was able to go back to my roots in Kerala, India (and not as the ‘first Malayalee Miss India Washington’), and really see the fruits of the efforts a passionate group of Malayalee-Americas were able to accomplish (The FOMAA Village), and actually meet the families of the lives we forever changed.
Rising from the Burnt Ashes of 2018
And she learned this year to forever be a phoenix rising from the ashes of yesterday…
Kerala Flood Crisis
My origins as well as many of my close family and friends roots lie in Kerala, India and right now, Gods Own Country is facing one of… Read more “Kerala Flood Crisis”
Creating an Inter-Generational Space
our people must make room to allow diversity in the leadership we look up to. Being bilingual is not more important than character and competency. Make space for second-generation leadership and be proud of the inter-generational community we carry.
A Forever ‘American Born Proud Desi’
Ever since I wrote my first piece here, it feels like ages since I’ve written a post referencing back to the origins as to why I decided… Read more “A Forever ‘American Born Proud Desi’”
Fighting for the Truth as an ‘ABPD’
As all of you know, I am an ‘ABPD’- American Born Proud Desi. I have been a part of various organizations all of which are non-profit and… Read more “Fighting for the Truth as an ‘ABPD’”