Co-Founder at French Jobs For Me, French Teacher at Alliance Française de Bangalore, Blogger & Social Media Enthusiast.
A student of English Literature who wanted to do a Ph.D on the representation of women in Mills & Boons romance novels, I fell in love with the idea of cultural exchanges through languages when I went to Magdeburg, Germany for an exchange programme with Otto-von-Guericke University during my second year of M.A. While in Europe, I also visited Denmark, Sweden and finally France, which pushed me to continue studying French at the Alliance Française de Bombay.
I finished my Masters and moved to Pune where I started freelancing as a content writer. I also finished learning French and started teaching at the Alliance Française de Pune in 2005, continuing to freelance as a writer & translator. Realising that my true vocation is teaching, I traveled back to France to pursue a Diploma to teach FLE and eventually also acquired a Masters degree in the same field.
Based in Bangalore since 2011, I now teach at the Alliance Française de Bangalore, and freelance as a content writer, social media consultant and translator (English-French). I’ve recently started my own project, French Jobs For Me.
I have an amazing husband and a beautiful dog, Arya. I love reading, teaching French, writing, talking and cooking. I also love wine (blanc et rosé), single malt whisky, cider, cheese, mangoes and strawberries.
3 thoughts on “About Me”
Hello, will you tell us where you come from? I certainly hope you keep up your blog!
Good luck with your blog Geets! i’ve attempted twice myself….and the only thing that has stopped me from continuing is my over-dominating Role (motherhood)….as a writer, i have only me and myself to prod, none else. So looking at you, am inspired maybe i could re-hitch my writer Wagon to my Lazy Chillies site yet again! Lovely review, and i shall read more and more. Vas-y, continue! Bon courage chérie, je ne connais pas cet aspect de ta personnalité…quel plaisir!
Elle est un prof incroyable et exceptionnelle. Tant de chose à apprendre d’elle.