She is currently working as an RJ, as a Public Speaking Trainer, an event organizer and as a social activist via different social organizations. She have won different national and local competitions of public speaking and debating. She has represented my country in some International Debate Tournaments. She has reached to a number of children and youths via different events. She has hosted many events and organized different Public Speaking workshops. Out of every thing she have done taking a stand for herself has always been the best achievement.


  1. What are you most passionate about professionally? Personally?
    I have always been a very passionate public speaker since I was a child. As a teen now I am professionally engaged in the field of Public Speaking and that I believe is what I am really passionate about alongside leadership. Personally I am passionate about reading and writing literature.
  2. What would you do even if you didn’t get paid to do it?
    What I am doing at the present is driven by my passion, by what I love doing. I do continue with the same profession, with whatever I am doing currently even if I was not paid. Because what I am doing right now is considered to be an unconvential career. What I am doing at the present is not because that would give me a lot of money but simply because of the fact that it makes me happy and open to learning.
  3. What are you surprisingly good at?
    I am surprisingly good at maintaining professional relationships and group management. One of the major principles of my professional life has always been humanistic leadership and that has led me to become good at human resource management.
  4. Can you share some of your life remembering moments?
    There are a lot of moments which are very close to my heart. Sharing two of them: the first one, at the Grand Finale of Real School of Nepal after I gave my finale speech, my dad for the first time said he was proud of the fact that I was a public Speaker. Never after that day have my parents restricted me to participate in any events. So, that’s one of the most remembering moments. The next one after my younger sibling, my sister was born. I was the only child to my parents. My parents never made me feel any kind of discrimination or restriction growing as a child for the fact that I was a girl. My sister was their second child and as per the particle societal belief the other members in the family expected her to be a boy. After she was born one of the family members denied holding her because of the fact that she was a girl. This moment has been one of the most piercing moments in my life giving me a lot of realization and also a fierce motivation for me as a girl and a daughter.
  5. How long have you been working in your field?
    I have been in the field of public speaking since I was in Primary Level at school. I started leading different clubs formed with in the schools. So, it started all during my school days. Professionally I started working outside the educational intuitions around three years ago.
  6. How does your education connect to your professional career? What about personal experiences?
    I am a student of Media Studies. I think this subject best defines my professional career as I aspire to become a media personality. I am professionally involved in different activities which have communication as the major focus; also media studies has directly influenced my life as an RJ.
  7. Did you accidently join this career or you choose from childhood?
    My decision to choose Media Studies was not accidental. I always wanted to be the face of media since as long as I remember. I surely had a lot of obligations and obstacles to choose this subject. But I was so determined about taking this subject and hence fought with whatever obstacles there were. And today that feels like one of the best decisions I have made.
  8. What are your goals for next 10 years?
    Next 10 years of my life are the golden age in the life of any human. What I do in the next 10 years is going to define not just those 10 years but every other years after that. In the next ten years I will work to establish myself as in international media figure. I have always been very keen about empowering everyone around as we move in our individual directions, hence I will be doing more number of events to strengthen the youths emotionally and skillfully yet in 10 years from now, I see myself organizing national and international level of programs which would touch 1000s of lives. I have always been keen about entrepreneurship and growing up in a lower middle class family have learned the impact money can make. Hence, 10 years from now I see myself running my own business form. Moreover, as a lover of writing I see myself writing up articles that could create a impact to the particle society we are living in at the present. Personal goals, I aim to discover myself better, learn new skill, meet new people, and travel the world. I aim to discover the universe I stand in and the universe that stands in me.
  9. What was the biggest hurdle you faced when working for your career and how you overcame it?
    The field I am working in requires me to be very spontaneous and you are not very sure about the timings. You are required to work day and night. Also currently a student it was very challenging for me to balance everything specially when the community we live in raises a lot of questions just because of the fact that you are a girl.
  10. Your biggest failure?
    I think all the failures I have had is what has made me capable to stand where I am today. When I say that every errors I have made and every failure I have faced has taught me its unique lessons. The learning I have taken from each failure has equally contributed to make me a better person. Hence, I think there is no such thing as biggest failure but each failure I have faced were equally important.
  11. Whom do you give all the credit for your success?
    With sincere gratitude to everything and everyone who have help me to stand as a person I am today, I give myself all the credit for my success.
  12. What things build you? What are the qualities that all should have to be successful in their career?
    There are a lot of aspects that contribute to making a person successful. I am still practicing these habits and qualities so that I can stand as the best version of myself and that for me is being successful. To be precise, for me there have to be these major factors for being successful in career. First love and passion for whatever we do. Followed by right mindset and dedication. A proper network and consistency are equally important.
  13. What is the biggest dream you have?
    Ever dreams that I have are equally important to me for me to reach the ultimate destination I have set. I ultimately in life want to live the best possible version of myself and numerous dreams are connected to lead me there and each of them are equally important to me.
  14. What’s your biggest accomplishment which you can tell us till now?
    I think every accomplishment I have made have been equally important. I cannot classify those accomplishments as the biggest or something as such. But one thing that I as a person feel is one of the best thing I have done was to decide to follow my dreams and passion and never look back.
  15. What you suggest to youths who want to join in similar career as you?
    Working in the media industry and in the field of social activism needs a lot of patience and dedication. This field works the best for those who love the field itself. If you are passionate about this field, this is the best place you can be.