VIDEO: AMY LOVE ON SOCCER, WOMEN’S SPORTS & SOCIAL MEDIA

Amy Love was described as one of the best-known 10-year-old girls in the Bay area. Even Pele knew about Love. This was in the mid-1970s. She was famous because she  fought for her right to play soccer in the USA. Love grew up with parents, who loved and played sports. Her mother was a synchronized swimmer… Continue Reading


PODCAST: FILMMAKER MEERA MENON ON THE MAKING OF EQUITY, BOLLYWOOD & MAKING FILMS

Meera Menon’s new film Equity is billed as the first female driven Wall Street picture. It is not often we get to see women investment bankers in films. Neither do we see women bankers admit they love power and money. Such dialogs are usually reserved for male characters. Manon previously wrote and directed Farah Goes… Continue Reading


AMY LOVE FOUGHT FOR YOUNG GIRLS TO PLAY SOCCER IN AMERICA

Amy Love is the chief marketing officer of Violin Memory, a publicly traded Silicon Valley company. As a kid Love enjoyed playing baseball and soccer. Then she discovered she was barred from playing soccer in her youth team in Northern California. And the reason? She was a girl. Girls ware banned from playing soccer and… Continue Reading


VIDEO: IN CONVERSATION WITH PUNIT SONI, INVESTOR & ADVISOR

Meet Punit Soni, an investor and advisor based in Silicon Valley. Soni is an ex-Googler and former Chief Product Officer of Flipkart, one of the largest e-commerce companies in India. Disrupt and linear are two favorite words of Soni. We sat down to speak with him how he disrupted his life and pulled away from a… Continue Reading