If you are based in India, get in touch with your ambassador to find out how you can meet other alumni and get involved with the Goldsmiths community near you.
More than 100 Goldsmiths alumni currently reside in India. If you live there or are thinking of relocating, you might want to get advice from local alumni or expand your professional network with people who share your experience of having studied at Goldsmiths!
If you'd like to get involved with Goldsmiths activity in your area, get in touch with your Alumni Ambassador listed below. If there isn’t one located near you, email alumni (@gold.ac.uk) to let us know how we can help.
Mallika Bajaj (MA Media and Communications, 2011) is a global media entrepreneur and sportscaster. A native of New Delhi, Mallika completed her BA in Media and Communications at the University of Melbourne before coming to Goldsmiths, where she acquired the knowledge, skills and confidence to establish her own company at 23. Her desire to empower women and talented young professionals using digital media as her tool led her to conceive the idea of Little Yellow Beetle Media. In addition to LYB, her latest venture Emedify aims at providing the best doctors, online, globally. Mallika’s other passion is tennis, both playing on the court and hosting tennis events. She has been the youngest and only female to host the BNP Paribas Davis Cup successfully, for over eight years.
Email: m.bajaj (@alumni.gold.ac.uk)
Pia Desai Pasricha (MA Media and Communications, 2006) interned during her studies at Hill and Knowlton PR agency. Before coming to Goldsmiths, she worked at Comma Consulting in Delhi during its initial startup phase and resumed her position when she returned. She has since worked with a number of clients including The Economist, King’s College London and the University of Birmingham. She now holds the position of Corporate Affairs Director and has as a Producer on South Asia World. Pia holds an undergraduate degree in English from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Email: pia.desai (@gold.ac.uk)