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A stream of consciousness that grew into a volume of poetry

New Delhi, June 10 Ayesha Chenoy, a successful investment banker who won the prestigious Adam Smith Prize for ...
A stream of consciousness that grew into a volume of poetry

New Delhi, June 10 Ayesha Chenoy, a successful investment banker who won the prestigious Adam Smith Prize for economics at Cambridge, served stints at Merrill Lynch, UBS Global Asset Management and Credit Suisse before cofounding in 2013 an advertising agency that she says empowers brands and help them build their digital real estate: a universe of interactive and immersive experiences.

Not surprisingly, her debut as an author is in the form of therapy delivered through a series of poems and a letter to the reader that threads through the book.

"Sometimes you just burst, and that's what happened," Chenoy told in an interview of her book, "To the Bravest Person I Know"

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