I am thrilled to bring you the first of a series of interviews with global change agents, leaders, and activists. The purpose of these interviews is to bring a diverse and intelligent discourse to the big ideas that we believe will create lasting and permanent change within ourselves and for the world.

It’s one thing to march, protest and post on Facebook, but it’s time for action. So, I’ve invited some of the most on purpose women I know to have a conversation, share their ‘She Creates Change Story’ and give us some practical advice on the best ways to access our purpose and place in the world so that we can make a real difference.

I am honored that the first of these conversations is with a former NPR host, acclaimed journalist and novelist Farai Chideya. Farai had a front row seat to much of what has been happening geopolitically in her role as a journalist, particularly in her work at fivethrityeight.com with Nate Silver.

Farai is experiencing her own challenges to pursue her passions and make a difference in the world and shares her lessons and learnings on how she is becoming the best version of herself. I’m excited to share her with you. There is a lot of interesting insights that I believe you will benefit from greatly!

How do you see creating the delicate balance that all women who desire to be change agents must navigate in your work? And how can you begin to embrace the truly profound concept that Farai shared when relating to friends and family who have opposing views… views that perhaps you see as “wrong”?

I’d love to hear from you. And do let me know if you have questions that you’d like me to ask our upcoming guests.

It’s my hope that the advice, insight and stories that you’ll be hearing will inspire you to create a ‘She Creates Change’ story of your very own.

All my best,
Suparna