Hi There!

I will start with why I am here. I believe that having a mentor is a critical component in one's personal and professional growth. I also believe that having a mentor is a luxury that not everyone has. You can have managers, peers but not a lot of people have mentors who can offer them guidance or act act as a sounding board to bounce off ideas. I just want to fill that gap and act as a catalyst in your path to achieve your goals. Also, I am hoping to learn something from you as well through the process!

About me: I am a Strategy and Analytics professional with over 7 years of varied experience in building data-driven custom solutions, managing stakeholders, overseeing delivery and building & leading teams working with clients across US, Canada, and Middle East. I have a work mix of Building Data Products, Data Engineering, Business Intelligence, Data Analytics, and Process Automation across multiple work streams for AMCs, Private Equity, Corporates, and Internal stakeholders.

As a mentor, my goal is to provide guidance and support that will empower you to reach your full potential. Whether you are looking to develop your skills, advance your career, or simply need someone to bounce ideas off of, I am here to help. Let's work together and learn from each other's experiences!

My Mentoring Topics

  • Data Analytics
  • Digital Transformation
  • Automation
  • Project Management
  • Team Building and Management
  • Leadership
  • Self Improvement
  • Productivity
  • Consulting

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