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Dec 20, 2020
Elected into a Chapter Position
I was elected to serve as the VP of Facility Operations (also known as Housing Officer) of the my sorority (Alpha Chi Omega) during the spring semester of the academic year 2020-2021.

Some of my responsibilities included working with the housing staff for menu options, maintenance of the entire house alongside enforcing CDC COVID-19 guidelines. 
Looking for mentees
Shared an Experience
6 years ago, as someone who is completely new to coding, I struggled a lot. Everything was very overwhelming and I felt the need to gather all the knowledge at once! But that is not how it works, I lacked proper guidance because unfortunately, I did not have enough access to internet. I feel if I had a proper 'plan' figured out at that time, I would definitely be a better version of myself in the technical part. A couple of months ago, I was talking to old friends discussing about forming something, may be a community where we can guide people and pass on the information and knowledge we wished we had in the past. But now, I have come to realize I might not be able to give as much time for a few months in community formation, hosting "Hackathons" or workshops. But I can surely take out one hour of time every week providing one to one mentorship. If you think you are someone who has just started, or wanting to start to learn coding, let me know!
Jan 19, 2022
Speaking at an event
Mentored someone
Excited about the ADPList Career Success conversation today, Jan 19 at 8pm ET to share my experiences with GROW and personal OKRs along with Chesca and Ying.

ADPList Career Success #8: Setting Your Path to Success in 2022
Started mentoring
At work, I've volunteered to be a mentor to one of our newer QA folks. It's been a wonderful experience so far, and I don't see an "end" to the mentorship, really. I believe mentorship is a lifelong commitment, even if the form it takes changes over time as careers and lives evolve.
Started 21 minutes ago
Mentoring an Owner
Started 1 minute ago
Team growth
Professional Development
Career Growth
Mentoring someone
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Less is More: Why GROW conversations and personal OKRs are critical for success

When I think back about the past decade and my career growth, I am grateful to the amazing mentors and leaders who believed in me. It was always about the first interaction and conversation that helped me to know that I was in the right place at the right time.
It became crucial for me to focus on key priorities. Two methods helped my team and me to stay focused:
1. GROW (Goal, Reality, Options, What’s Next) Conversation
2. Personal OKRs (Objectives and Key Results)