I am  a hybrid mix of technology and storytelling, with degrees in Computer Science and Journalism. 

My passion lies in a lot of field reporting, telling compelling stories of  sports, science, environment and climate change. 

My reporting has taken me to different parts of the world, from Singapore to Brazil to Russia, Austria and Korea.

Currently, I am based in New Delhi, India. I am working on a reporting project on India's forest frontline staff as part of my Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship.

Previously, I was working as an investigative reporter for an Energy and Environment Project based at Columbia Journalism School, New York, USA.

I graduated from Columbia Journalism School with an masters degree in May 2016.

I was also one of the eight Google News Lab Fellows for the summer of 2016. 

I have been closely associated with the Olympic movement since the Singapore Youth Olympic Games in 2010. I have covered the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics, the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games as well as the Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic Games.

I was the youngest member to be appointed to the International Olympic Committee Press Commission in 2012 and have been serving on it ever since.

I was listed in the "Around The Rings Golden 25 Women" for 2012-13 as one of the most influential women having an impact in the Olympic world.