One person in history you’d like to have dinner with and why?
Leonardo Da Vinci, for sure. I love to teach science and math by connecting them through various mediums of Arts. Would love to have a meaningful conversation on how he could connect sciences and arts and also visualise many technologies of the future.
If you were not a teacher, what would you be doing and why?
Technically I'm not a teacher but a Coach. I think I was always meant to be a coach or mentor. I was, for a brief period, a Biotechnology professional but I soon realised that was a profession where my heart wasn’t present. I have always enjoyed advising and helping people navigate through their difficulties and motivate them to become the best version of themselves. I love what I do professionally and can’t see myself doing anything else.
Write a note to your potential future student
Dear Awesome students, I want you to know that even if sometimes it may feel you are ‘Average’ or ‘ Not good at anything’ , there are innumerable strengths that you possess. You might not be able to discover them yourself or know how to leverage them for your success. I want to assure you that I will assist you in discovering your true potential and build your personal profile for future success.
What is your most treasured possession and why?
It has to be my Brain. I am so grateful for my amazing brain and it’s ability to learn, grow and transform throughout my lifetime.
Which is your go-to website on the internet and why?
Isn’t it Google by default?! For everyone?!
If you had a superpower what would it be and why?
Definitely, a superpower to restore the original settings of the planet. More clean, more breathable, more livable.
What do you think is the most valuable skill to develop and why?
I feel in today’s time, critical thinking is a very essential skill to develop. The ability to question, analyse, brainstorm any information especially in times of ‘fake news’. The next best skill to develop is Empathy.