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Confessions of Successful Asian Women is a platform for women to Connect, Share and Inspire through conversation. Join me every month as I interview successful Asian women who are climbing the ladder of success.

Confessions of Successful Asian Women Aliya Janjua

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Confessions of Successful Asian Women is a platform for women to Connect, Share and Inspire through conversation. Join me every month as I interview successful Asian women who are climbing the ladder of success.

    COSAW 037: How Sukhi's brought Indian food to mainstream America from Wholefoods to Costco

    COSAW 037: How Sukhi's brought Indian food to mainstream America from Wholefoods to Costco

    Sukhi Singh is the founder of the multi-million dollar Indian food company, Sukhi’s. Sukhi is responsible for bringing Indian food to mainstream America through venues like farmer’s markets, Wholefoods and Costco.

    • 21 min
    COSAW 036: How Tia Bhuva Launched a Successful Business Helping South Asian Women Reconnect with the Sari

    COSAW 036: How Tia Bhuva Launched a Successful Business Helping South Asian Women Reconnect with the Sari

    Optimist. Dreamer. South Asian Fashion Game Changer. Tia Bhuva created the Cancan skirt and Saree Silhouette to wear under the traditional 6 yard saree. Tia gained influencer status amongst South Asian women.

    • 20 min
    COSAW 035: How Tech VP of People Mai Ton Made The Best Investment In Her Career

    COSAW 035: How Tech VP of People Mai Ton Made The Best Investment In Her Career

    Mai Ton brings over 15 years of experience to her role as VP of People for tech companies.
    She is a frequent speaker and shares her HR leadership and management experience to help others in the competitive landscape specific to Silicon Valley.

    • 18 min
    COSAW 034: How Yasmine Khan brings human faces and human stories to inform product design

    COSAW 034: How Yasmine Khan brings human faces and human stories to inform product design

    Yasmine leads Design Research at Credit Karma in San Francisco where she brings the financial journeys of real people from diverse backgrounds into the workplace. She is a budding stand up comic. In 2014, Yasmine lost her brother to a heroin overdose. This profound loss has brought urgency to her drive to work with institutions to elevate the importance of making personal connections with the "people behind the numbers" as we work to understand and solve social problems

    • 23 min
    COSAW 033: How engineer Nancy Hoque holds her own in the masculine field of engineering

    COSAW 033: How engineer Nancy Hoque holds her own in the masculine field of engineering

    Nancy Hoque is a multipotentialite, as she is a woman of many different interests and creative pursuits in life. Nancy was a solutions engineer, entreprenuer, and is MBA student UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.

    • 15 min
    COSAW 032: How Modest Fashion Blogger Minara Rahman Gives A Voice to Women of All Shapes and Sizes

    COSAW 032: How Modest Fashion Blogger Minara Rahman Gives A Voice to Women of All Shapes and Sizes

    Minara Rahman is the founder of Hijabi Life, a Muslim lifestyle blog about being Muslim in America, food, fashion, beauty, and parenting. As a Muslim American in social media, she felt a void of Muslim lifestyle blogs particularly for women of different sizes.  She gets candid about the hurdles and challenges of working in the professional space.

    • 16 min

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