Two Women on a Mission
to change Corporate India
As working women in India, we find ourselves curious to learn more about the journey of other women who are walking this path along with us - some far ahead, some alongside and some just starting out.
And it is this curiosity that has led us to create this passion project where we hope to interview women like us to inspire and get inspired.
Women like us. It's very motivating to listen to interviews of Bollywood celebrities or entrepreneurs across the globe, but we want to hear from the working women in India. We want to learn about the corporate world in India from its women.
The Pink Thread is our small way to ensure we as working women in India - collaborate instead of compete.
Krusha Sahjwani Malkani is the Regional Business Head, APAC, ANZ, MENA for Sociabble, an employee communication, engagement and advocacy platform. With a Masters in International Business and past work experience in Public Relations and Social Media, Krusha has worked and studied across India, Singapore and Paris. When she isn’t working on Sociabble or Pink Thread, you will find her writing. Krusha is a published author.
Kimaya Hemdev is the Enterprise Marketing Lead at upGrad, India's fastest growing Education Technology company, and a LinkedIn Top 25 Startup. With degrees in Computer Science, Entrepreneurship and International Business, Kimaya has worked across New York, San Francisco, Hong Kong and India. Kimaya started The Pink Thread out of a personal void for a community like this, and hopes to influence positive change through this platform.
1) If you are or know a Woman Leader with an inspiring journey to be profiled on the page.
2) If you are an Organisation who wants to make your voice heard on the subject of Diversity and Inclusion.
3) If you are an Organisation who wants us to host webinars, events and more on Women Empowerment in the Workplace