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I am an experienced leader who drives value creation by connecting strategy with execution.

Hi there! I’m Reshma. I am an advisor, speaker, writer, wife, and mother of two. I’m passionate about exploring principles, strategies, and tools that will help us grow and make an impact while living the life we choose. In everything I do—from my personal development, my job, and my family—I give 100%.

I immigrated when I was 16 years old, studied Computer Science, and chose a career in technology. As I was growing up, I was taught to earn good grades, work hard, and secure a stable job. Although this is sound advice, it did not prepare me for real-life challenges and opportunities; I had to learn everything about what it means to be a leader and how to lead by example from the ground up.

I have worked with amazing leaders, mentors and executive coaches, and I learned a great deal from them. I experimented with various techniques and practiced routine introspection, learning how to stay true to myself by bringing my own vision and values to my everyday work.

I am the Director of Program Management for the Sophos Technology Group, reporting directly to Sophos’ Chief Technology and Product Officer. I lead the strategic program management department to use OKRs to better align across all parts of our organization, deliver strategic initiatives, and achieve our long-term business goals. I have previously worked at Tenable, LookingGlass Cyber Solutions, and the American Institutes for Research.

I have also started a new children’s book series with my two children. We share exciting and funny stories about “mean” teachers at school. My 13-year-old son, Shazeb, came up with the stories, and my 10-year-old daughter, Samia, illustrated all the pages. I helped put the books together and published them using Amazon KDP. Check out our website http://meanseriesbooks.com.

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