Australian South Asian Centre Welcomes Amarjeet Kaur Sharma, Host of “Radically Inclusive” Podcast, as our Newest Member
Australian South Asian Centre is proud to welcome its newest member, Amarjeet Kaur Sharma, to our community of South Asian women and allies. Amarjeet is the host of the “Radically Inclusive” podcast, which features trailblazers of Diversity and Inclusion programs at their workplaces. She aims to spread awareness on what inclusion really is and why it matters to create a sense of belonging at work.
Amarjeet is passionate about bringing transformational change to build better work culture through building training, designing mentorships and Diversity and Inclusion programs. During the day, she is the JAPAC HR Director at Marigold, a Nashville-based marketing and technology company that has served over 40,000 businesses across. Her podcast series has been recognized by the Victoria government and also featured amongst the 17 best podcasts to listen to in Australia by Business Chicks.
When asked why she joined the Australian South Asian Centre, Amarjeet said, “I’m excited to join as I believe there is always to learn when you meet like-minded people who share a similar journey or passion with you. In turn, I’m also ready to offer support in the form of mentoring for young corporate starters and also can offer coaching sessions to anyone who may benefit from it.”
Australian South Asian Centre (ASAC) is a community of progressive South Asian women and allies who are determined to make a difference through entrepreneurship, creativity, and leadership. ASAC’s mission is to empower women to become leaders in their fields, pursue their entrepreneurial dreams, and make a difference in their communities. With a diverse membership and a range of programs and initiatives, ASAC provides a platform for women to network, share ideas, and collaborate on initiatives that promote social justice, sustainability, and equality.
“We’re excited to have Amarjeet on board as a member” said Daizy Maan, Co-founder of ASAC. “Her passion for creating inclusive workplaces and promoting diversity and inclusion aligns perfectly with our mission. We look forward to working with her to empower more women and create positive change in the world.”
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