She Shines celebrated womanhood at its second edition at Shangri-La Hotel, in New Delhi with Guest of Honour veteran Bollywood actor, Kamlesh Gill, (Vicky Donor fame) who graced the occasion and shared how empowered women contribute to all aspects of life, including professionally. The event witnessed various panel discussions on Entrepreneurship, Health & Fitness, Personal Finance, Fashion and Careers, as well as special speaker sessions by RJ Sameya (Radio Jockey with Radio Mirchi) and Harnidh Kaur (an incoming Schwarzman scholar, an author, a columnist and a social media influencer).
The all-day women interactive sessions included the likes of Gurleen Kaur Tikku, Anupriya Kapur, Nikita Burman, Devapriya Khanna, Manisha Ahlawat, Ayandrali Dutta, Kanchan Mittal, Jinnie Chugh, Neha Dhingra, Kavya Saxena, Pankhuri Khandelwal, Kritika Khurana, Nikita Aggarwal, Monalisha Mahapatra, Saloni Sehra, Sakshi Sindwani, Meghna Saraogi, Saumya Kulshreshtha, Kriti Malhotra, Jahan Geet Singh and Capt. Jaswinder Kaur. The speakers participated in interesting panel discussions and put forth their viewpoints, shared their inspiring stories, life mantras they swear by and their unique recipes for tackling situations that life brings forward.
Kamlesh Gill shared, “I am very thankful and excited to be a part of She Shines organized by Mr. Gurpreet Singh Tikku and his wife, Gurleen Kaur Tikku. I want to reach out to every woman to celebrate womanhood in a manner that they can best relate to. I want to be a part of many such events where women can actually contribute for a better tomorrow!!”
Mrs. Gurleen Kaur Tikku, Co-Founder, She Shines and CEO Hareepatti states that women are stronger when they are together. It’s high time that woman stand for each other and what better platform than a woman networking conference which is for the woman.
“She Shines is a great platform to support womanhood. As a woman, I think we all have strengths and weaknesses. We have our own sensibilities & choices and we need to get rid of all the negative vibes around us to make our choices wisely. We should support every other woman and their success” says RJ Sayema, Radio Mirchi.
In the words of Dildeep Kalra, Director, Massive Restaurants “We as women can empower other women. When I started my professional journey at Massive, there were only 2/3 women in the organisation and now we have 30-35 women in key positions in the organisation. Being married to the Managing Director didn’t mean smooth sailing for me. I had to prove my merit and worth to the company to rise the ranks and reach at a position where I could make a difference to the lives of other women. We have to have each other’s back and encourage each other continuously”.