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Women Achievers

5 Lessons Women Should Learn from Their First Job

November 16, 2016
Women have a chance to make and leave their mark at work, but they need to begin establishing themselves before, during, and after their first job.

Interview With Cari Samalik, CEO Of Livnfresh

November 12, 2016
Naaree.com interviews Cari Samalik, a Michigan based entrepreneur and Mom, and the CEO & co-founder of Livnfresh – a state related T-shirt brand.

Book Extract: This Unquiet Land by Barkha Dutt

August 8, 2016
Growing up as a journalist’s daughter, I watched my mother, Prabha Dutt, wrestle every single day of her working life with gender-driven preconceptions.

The Sum And The Substance By Naina Lal Kidwai

July 12, 2016
This extract from 30 Women in Power by Naina Lal Kidwai has been published with permission from Rupa Publications.

Naaree Interviews Dr. Shashi Pandey Of Infinite Mobility Tech

May 5, 2016
Naaree.com interviewed Dr. Shashi Pandey, Director, Infinite Mobility Tech, which achieved a business revenue of over Rupees 2 crore in under a year.

Body Shaming Is Real: An Interview With Author, Shuchi Singh Kalra

March 26, 2016
In this chat with Pallavi Bhattacharya, author, Shuchi Singh Kalra discusses her new book ‘I am Big, So What?!’ which deals with the issue of body shaming.

Naaree Interviews Actor And Director, Nandita Das

November 7, 2015
Naaree interviews Nandita Das, a consummate actor, social worker and the first Indian to be inducted into the Hall of Fame of the International Women’s Forum.

Naaree Interviews Nidhi Seth Of Empower

October 30, 2015
Naaree caught up with Nidhi Seth to learn more about her Empower Initiative that aims to help victims of Domestic Violence.

Naaree Interviews Antarctic Explorer, Felicity Aston

October 29, 2015
Naaree interviews the amazing 34-year-old British adventurer and explorer, Felicity Aston, who became the first woman in the world to ski solo across Antarctica.

Naaree Interviews Vandana Shiva: Eco-Feminist And Radical Environmentalist

October 24, 2015
Her humanism, vast scholarship and revolutionary thought makes Dr. Vandana Shiva, a name that has the power to make pesticide manufacturers uncomfortable.