Anmol is an Economics Honours Graduate with skills in research, music, and leadership. She has completed 8 years since she started her journey with the guitar and is proud to add to the list, the electric guitar, keyboard, ukulele, and drums.
Growing up in Abu Dhabi brought Anmol to have conventional experiences in unconventional settings. She stayed in an apartment that was part of a hustling and bustling concrete jungle, went to an Indian school in a city which wasn’t primarily Indian and celebrated festivals not native to the country she resided in. She realises that her worst fear is oblivion. What matters most to her is creating an impact that will reside long after she passes.
At the Young India Fellowship, she aspires to join hands with like-minded individuals and create a unified voice to learn, unlearn and relearn. She is aware that this process is full of uncertainty, failure, and fear but it is a path she is most eager to embark on. She hopes that if she can even make a difference in a single individual’s life by making them see themselves for what they truly are – bright, passionate, and filled with potential, she could settle for oblivion.