2020 has been a year of reflection. And reflecting back I reckon I have a lot of things to be grateful for in my life. Although it has been 10 years of struggles and adventures since I first landed in the USA, I would gladly again accept all those hurdles for the gifts that I have received in return.
To come to the USA was an unexpected, unplanned event for me, a family-first person from Hyderabad, in India. That I landed, excited, in Ohio should be proof enough of my unpreparedness. Nevertheless, that long voyage taken alone was thrilling to me. As a graduate student in the USA, I made amazing friends and met people with different mindsets, gained experiences, and enjoyed my student life to the fullest. I also made some bad choices and have faced a lot of ups and downs, but in the end, I was able to overcome my fears and achieve success. I have become an independent woman.
Thus, my life mantra has been that-- As long as you think positive and are willing to adapt to new circumstances, it doesn’t matter where you are, you can always enjoy life to its full.
I enjoy spending my leisure time listening to music, watching movies, cooking, and painting. I love exploring new places, taking on outdoor adventures, and long road trips. Even my professional life has been full of long trips and “adventures”. I have worked in Minnesota, Arizona, and Massachusetts. I have gotten a chance to travel to new places, explore countries, and make new friends. For over three years now, I have been working as Oracle BI Consultant at American Tower Corporation in Massachusetts and I love my work and my friends here.
Anoosha is a quick learner who picks up lessons from real-life events. This analytic and practical approach helps her to deliver and perform better at American Tower Corporation. Getting higher education in the US was her dream and today all her dedication and efforts have resulted in a respectful position in the US.
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