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Our Restarter Stories are nothing short of a treasure trove. They are the golden harvest of the crop we laid not long ago and continue to nurture with undiminished patience and passion, to bring career-break women back to work across India.
You can now download our ebook and join us in celebrating the taciturn power of these women who made the choice to get back up and try again. To go into the unknown and embrace the hurdles that life was going to bat their way, and swing them right back out of the ballpark.
To prove to the world, and themselves, that a second career IS possible, because as women who gave up a huge part of THEIR worlds to look after a part that always meant more, they are MORE than the limited vignettes society and culture have boxed them into.
JobsForHer celebrates every Indian woman who believes in her ability to do more, be more, and want more from life, because she makes for a stronger, better, successful India.
So, we ask you to spread the joy! Share this ebook with your friends, family, and any career break women whom you know want to restart their careers. Let them, too, revel in the epiphanies that our JFH Restarters are enjoying by virtue of their feminine grit and determination to re-enter the Indian workforce.
Help us be the change for the women you know!
Currently the Manager of Creative Content at JobsForHer, Schonali Rebello is a full-time mom to an athletic and bubbly 3-year-old, and has worked in a smorgasbord of jobs – from executive-assistant to a tech-CEO to fundraising for the classical performing arts, from bartending in Toronto to conceptualizing events at a supper-club in Bangalore, from heading communications at a family-owned group of agricultural and real-estate companies to handling Nespresso events with coffee planters in Coorg. After all of this she is finally living her dream as a Creative Writing & Women's Studies graduate, writing articles, blog-posts and reviews on women's issues in the Indian workplace.