Pinky Acharya is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) under the International Coach Federation along with adding far more feathers to her hat. She is a mentor to cancer inflicted survivors, a Mentor with Mentor Me India for the upliftment of the children from lower income groups. She is the author of her memoirs Tat Tvam Asi (2014) and Bald is Beautiful (her personal recounting of cancer, 2017) in English, Hindi and Gujarati and also the very recently launched I’m Thoughting ( a personal account of raising one diagnosed with Dyslexia and ADHD). She is a trained Life skills Coach with 15 years of experience enabling Corporates and Individuals to realise their potential and lead wholesome lives.
Her mentees have reaped long term and permanent benefits through her professional skills and personal empathy and intuition. She is driven towards the empowerment of women and children from the lower strata of society. She believes in equal opportunities to all and trains the coachee with the inner zeal to learn and excel. The deep seated satisfaction of hand holding through the process of evolvement and watching the effect of coaching play up as the desired long term benefits to the receiver is her bench mark of a job well done.
Every time I deliver a session it breaks the bubble that I am helping the survivors. That statement is not entirely true. One has to feel the positive flow of energy that exists among them to understand that each one is a beckon of hope, each one has a strength that Sanjeevani has helped them recognize. Sanjeevani’s presence and relentless effort to hold survivors in their darkest hour is laudable. A word of appreciation to the angels who take selfless work to another level.