If not now, then when? If not us, then who?
Women across the world are assuming key strategic roles, demonstrating everything that’s possible when they take their rightful place on the table. It’s not just about representation, rather creating real-world, real-life impact. And women – resilient and powerful as they are – are ensuring that they leave their imprint through action.
BYJU’S being no exception. As an organisation led and spearheaded by many powerful women, across teams and levels, we have first-hand experience of the capabilities of strong leadership. And the possibilities when there’s a gender agnostic approach to innovation and problem-solving.
What we need now is to sustain this momentum, and steer the conversation to instil real impact. How do we support each other? What does it mean to be an ally? And how do we be better allies to each other? In honour of International Women’s Day 2021, we posed these questions to the women of BYJU’S.
Their insight might just make you think. Take a look:
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If you are interested in a career with BYJU’S, drop in a mail at [email protected].
After spending six years in newsrooms – of all shapes and sizes – Sutrishna is back to her one true love: storytelling. She strongly believes, stories have the power to inspire, encourage, and instill change. And if nothing else, bring people together through a sense of shared experiences. Write to her at [email protected] or [email protected] Share a compelling story or just drop in a ‘hi’.
Arya C is a 4th grader who talks about her transition from the US to India and how BYJU`S has helped her at that. She also loves how BYJU`S has made learning a lot more fun.
Meet Sourabh who has a ton to say about his BYJU`S learning experience. His love for quizzes, games and other fun activities are paying off!
V Shriya is a class eight student who has been using BYJU’S for a year now. She shares her experiences with using the app and how it has helped her in improving her academic performance.