I’m a researcher, educator and curious mother. My eagerness to understand children led me to earn my doctorate in Child Development / Developmental Psychology from Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi, in 2011. That followed my master’s in Child Development (2004) and my bachelor’s in Home Science (2002), both also from Lady Irwin.
In efforts across India, Germany, Italy, Greece and Dubai, I’ve designed and facilitated educational workshops for parents, teachers and children, worked with several nongovernmental organisations, taught and lectured frequently, presented many training sessions, conducted several seminars and authored more than a dozen papers.
I believe children are inherently clever and sharp. We as adults need to nurture these talents and help them to complement the formal education pupils acquire over the years. KFI programmes do just that, preparing children for the world that awaits their entry.
Bringing up my two daughters compels me to call upon my training in child development, constantly challenging and reinventing the norms. As an educator at KFI I naturally extend my role as a child development professional to share – and enrich – my base of knowledge.