Rashmi | India | Meet the Staff | Outreach InternationalOur friend and associate Rashmi is a superstar component of Outreach’s work in India, as she juggles the logistics of myriad health, sanitation, agriculture and education projects underway in her country. She took some time out of her incredibly busy schedule to share some details about the important work she does. And, some fun facts about herself. Thanks, Rashmi!

Q: What country/program do you work for?
A: I work in India, for Outreach’s partner organization there.

Q: What is your job title?
A: Country Coordinator for India.

Q: What do you do to enjoy your free time outside of work?
A: I like to visit my friends and play indoor games with my family members.

Q: What is your favorite food?
A: Nan [an oven-baked flatbread] and fried chicken.

Q: Tell us about your family! Are you married? How many children do you have? Do you have brothers and sisters? How many people live in your home?
A: I’m the middle child in my family. I have two brothers and four sisters. Also, I am married, and have two sons, Akash and Alex, who are currently attending boarding school to further their studies, so it is just my husband and I at home.

Q: Did you have any other jobs before you became an Outreach team member?
A: I did. Before working with Outreach, I was a teacher.

Q: If you could have any superpower, which one would you choose?
A: I would use love to change people’s hearts and point them in the right direction.

Rashmi is truly amazing. She shows so many people that they have within themselves the power to truly transform their own lives for the better. And these are the kinds of changes that can be passed to the next generation. And the next. Thank you, Rashmi, for the incredible work you do helping to fight poverty in India.

How To Help

There’s lots to do in India. For instance, you can support Rashmi and help sustain the incredible work she does as part of the Outreach team when you become a monthly donor. You won’t notice the expense, but you’ll definitely see the difference it makes.