She goes on to say, “Two of us were shortlisted for the role after a competitive process of multiple work reviews, case study presentations, psychometric evaluations and global virtual interviews. I was called in for a special meeting with the interview panel. I was clearly told that this role will be hard, very male-centric but they want to give me a chance as they believe in building a progressive, equal work environment where everyone gets equal opportunities to unleash their potential and drive impact.”
This left a deep impact on Vishwapriya's psyche and she automatically grew to be a good leader with the mindset of being a fair and inclusive leader. It is the culture that inspires young minds more than anything else.