Madhumitha Ramanathan









I am a young Indian woman, full of energy and living life to the fullest.  I am an animal welfare activist, and have the experience of rescuing many animals – from dogs to king cobras! I was also one of the privileged to take care of 80 untamed elephants in the forests of Sri Lanka. I am a trained Carnatic music vocalist and passionate Bollywood dancer. Professionally I was an investment banker before my MBA and also part of a start-up that provides soft-skills training to students from lesser privileged backgrounds.

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Posted by: on April 25, 2016

The Home Manager

There is a joke that floats around that when an Indian woman walks up to her manager with her wedding invitation, the manager understands it to be a resignation letter. If her resignation is not immediate after her marriage, then it’s just a matter of time before she resigns in the name of maternity. The […]

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Posted by: on January 25, 2016

Feeding the Fox

When I received an admit to the University of Oxford to pursue my MBA, my mother asked me to make a list of things I would need to buy and pack for my stay and studies. I am not sure whether it was my obsession for the historic significance of Oxford, or my passion for […]

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