My favorite co-host Wendy Swart Grossman of Creative RE/FRAME joins me to welcome guest Nitasha Manchanda, host of the podcast The Indian Edit.
“I’m a podcast junkie…but couldn’t find the people I was curious about on other shows,” so she created her own! The Indian Edit is conversations with innovators in design, culture and entrepreneurship, to build a creative bridge with India.
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More about Nitasha Manchanda
Nitasha grew up in India, came to the US to study genetics, married a Frenchman, had two kids and now calls Boston home. She’s a podcast junkie and loves listening to great interviews, but couldn’t find the people she was curious about on other shows. Her podcast, The Indian Edit, is a way for Nitasha to have conversations with those people and to build a creative bridge with India.
She hopes these conversations inspire you, and this space becomes a platform for the innovative work that a new wave of creators are engaged in – both in India and abroad.
More about Co-host Wendy Swart Grossman
With a background in US and South African presidential campaigns – clarity, communication and deadlines are Wendy’s strength. As a Creative Practitioner and Consultant Wendy brings her expertise in building effective partnerships, strategic planning, board development, measurable outcomes, communication, and workshop facilitation to the table. Wendy is a connecter, a political and community organizer, a logistical wizard, and a visionary advocate/activist for community building and engagement. She has held positions at Harvard’s Museum of Science and Culture and the Graduate School of Design as well as The Science Museum in London, UK and scores of NGO’s, non-profits and social impact businesses nationally and internationally. She is also an Adjunct Faculty member at Boston University within their Graduate Arts Administration Program.
Wendy holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Political Science from St. Olaf College and a master’s degree in Urban and Environmental Policy from Tufts University.
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