Smruti

Smruti Shanbhag was born and brought up in India. She is an engineer by education. After her Bachelors in Engineering in India, she worked as a Software Engineer in Bangalore for a few years, before moving to the USA. She spent a couple of years in the US and then decided to move to France to pursue an international MBA. She completed her MBA in Marketing from HEC Paris, and since then, she has been living and working in France with her husband and her daughter. She works full time as an Innovation strategist in Paris for the Nielsen Company. During her free time she writes stories, illustrates, sings and learns music with her daughter. Smruti is a passionate storyteller, and aspires to tell her stories to the world! Smruti has previously published 2 Short Story collections on Amazon leveraging the Create Space Publishing platform – “Tear of Joy: Food for the Soul” and “Happily Ever After”. Out of the 2 books, one of her books “Tear of Joy” has been translated into French by Nourjehan Viney, a published French Author. Other published work includes – “Mily & Friends” and “Mily and the Vitamins” which are both children’s fiction stories that are written and illustrated by Smruti, with her daughter Siya. Smruti has also developed and published business thought leadership content – Breakthrough Innovation, Sustainability etc.

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Let Us Empower Our Men Today, At Managing House Work, Raising Kids, And All Such ‘Women’s Tasks’

There's no such thing as 'women's work' or 'men's work'. Running a home and raising kids is teamwork, and the only way to a gender neutral society in the future.

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4 Women Fight It Out: A Mom, A Wife, A Homemaker, & A Corporate Executive. So Who Wins?

I need them all. So they will have to live together. Otherwise my life will not be a happy one. How do I help them collaborate and co-operate with each other?

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Stepping Out From Behind The Veil

This reaction was not surprising at all – a powerless woman who had never been out of her veil, and who had always lived under the shadow of her husband could not be expected to have any self-esteem.

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