Ms. SRISHTI Jupudi has been the World Championship player, conqueror of Gladwell’s10000-hour Rule and a social changemaker. She bringsher decade-long holisticlearnings in herprofessional career, to inspireand motivate young, youth, adultsand families, in building healthy, happy and peaceful societies.
Ms. SRISHTI has quit professional sports career in badminton, when she was India’s topranker, to pursue a leadership path. She was trained at the India’s top GopichandBadminton Academy under the aegis of Padma Bhushan awardee and IOC’s Life TimeAchievement awardee, Pullela Gopichand.
Ms. SRISHTI has travelled widely across the continents, had global interactions and exposure tomulti lingual and multi cultural experiences.She hails from Hyderabad, India.
Ms. SRISHTI is associated with Habitat for Humanity India (Habitat for HumanityInternational is a ~3B$ asset organisation), BRICS Chamber of Commerce & Industryand holdsvariouspositions across business verticals.She has ideated andworking on a unique social initiative, impacting the World Peace.
Ms. SRISHTI is the Brand Ambassador for BRICS CCI Youth Leadership Organization.
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Humbled and honoured at the opportunity to serve as the Brand Ambassador for BRICS CCI.
In my capacity as the Ambassador, I represent BRICS CCI at various platforms and shall be the face of the organization to promote its projects, programs, initiatives through various forums and media. I help various stakeholders to forge relations and collaborations, to promote trade and commerce, across member nations and beyond.
I bring my decade long holistic learnings from my professional career that led me to represent India (1.35B population) at the world level and work with executive teams of BRICS nations, to inspire youth, young leaders and encourage start-ups, industries across the member nations, to develop innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership and set the new world order.
Ms. SRISHTI Jupudi | Brand Ambassador, BRICS CCI
Former World Championship Player
Conqueror of Gladwell’s 10000-hour Rule