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From the corporate world to entrepreneurs, Mountbatten female alumni are flying the flag! From property development to hosiery to pet stores, not to mention an experienced published author, we have it covered. This newsletter showcases the diversity of post Mountbatten career paths.
Alum of the Month
Agata BakNew York Program, March 2018
'Towards the end of my year in New York I connected with an alumna of the program who had worked with the same team as me a couple of years earlier…I shared my CV with the person and they then shared it with someone else within their network (also another Mountbatten alumna)… once I returned to England, I was offered a job. This showcases the power of networking and the fact that Mountbattens are always willing to help one another.'
Sahana PrasadNew York Program, March 2011
Sahana is a franchisee of Just Dogs, India’s largest specialty retailer of services and solutions for pets. Sahana recently launched a store in JP Nagar, Bengaluru, India. Owning three dogs herself, Sahana considers them her inspiration and is proud to feature them as her store ambassadors.
A Day in the Life
New York Program, August 2011
Davinder escaped the rat race to develop properties into Houses in Multiple Occupations (HMOs). Targeting vacant derelict properties, she loves 'the idea of turning something run-down into a home,' and has received a six-figure sum from an angel investor to support her vision.
Book launch announcement
Kersti Niebruegge (London Program, August 2004) has notified us of the exciting news of the publication of her new adventure comedy 'That Summer We Stole Our Permanent Records.' This is the latest book from a seasoned alumni author. Now available in paperback or eBook on Amazon, Apple Books, Barnes & Noble and more.Buy now
Qween of the Week
Tahlia Gray (New York Program, March 2011) Founder of Sheer Chemistry, is featured in this month’s Canada based Qween Magazine. The publication strives to highlight the importance of diversity in the world of beauty and make-up. Tahlia features as their 'Qween of the Week,' and shares her Sheer Chemistry story: 'I believe that we are all worthy of being represented and having access to products that are made with us in mind'.
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