Violet and the Nasty Virus,
Shradha is a versatile leader with passions for music, theater and psychology. She is very curious about business and entrepreneurship. She believes that equitable access to mental health resources are critical to making the world a better place
When Shradha was little, around 7, she was always nervous about going on stage as she had never experienced it before. However one time she was given an opportunity to sing her favorite song on stage for a musical at her school, she had gone through a tough auditioning process but had succeeded to get selected. However, when it was time for her to perform she was anxious, she was worried that she wouldn't be good enough but after hearing some words of advice from her family and peers, she went on stage and enjoyed the spotlight. Ever since then, Shradha has abided by the quote “ The one who falls and gets up is stronger than the one who never tried. Do not fear failure but rather fear not trying.” a quote by Roy T Benett.
Shradha is a writer and has published her own book called “Violet and the Nasty Virus.” She is the editor and editorial team member of various newsletters. She also enjoys mentoring students, she has mentored students of various grades and her goal is to not only make the lessons fun and interactive but also very enriching. She has got a distinction in her Trinity communication Grade 6 with a score of 97/100 and is currently in the process of attending her Grade 6 Singing trinity . She has attended the DELF Examination level A2 (Diplôme d'études en langue française) and is in the process of taking her DELF B1. She is currently learning French and Arabic and is fluent in english.
In the long term, Shradha hopes to use her knowledge and passion for psychology in order to combat stigmas around mental health and she also aspires to make education accessible to children all around the world. She strives to take up more leadership roles in organizations that can make a difference for the masses.