Gayatri wrote her first poem at the age of ten, and wanted to be an author for as long as she can remember. Her love for stories guaranteed that she would pursue higher education in literature, yet the realisation of living in a politically charged environment developed when she entered college. Choosing Political Science was a seemingly uncharacteristic move. Her experiences made Gayatri realise that being able to articulate her ideas and for them to translate into tangible objectives meant the most to her. For her, progress means realising her ability to identify appropriate growth opportunities and contribute to society, while actively working towards transforming her ineptitudes into skills.
Gayatri’s learnings dictate that practical training, academic versatility and professional mentorship are integral; hence, an interdisciplinary experience is the ideal medium to delve into each aspect and transition into the change-maker she envisions herself.