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Deepa Garwa

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An educator by training and a freelance writer by choice, I am Proficient writing for/on Social media, lifestyle, management, research and education. I also write extensively on parenting, special need children and socially relevant articles.

About Me

An educator and a marketing professional by training and a freelance writer and disability advocate by choice, I am Proficient in bringing multiple institutions and knowledge seekers on a common platform, researching, organising conferences, workshop with foreign interest partners and dissipating relevant information for the interested individuals and institutions.  Social media management, research and education being my strong areas, I also write extensively on parenting, self-help, mental health, motivation, special needs children and disability rights.'

Industries I Write About

Consumer Goods

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Education Management

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E-learning

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Entertainment

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Fundraising

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Health, Wellness & Fitness

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Cosmetics

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Higher Education

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Internet

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Marketing & Advertising

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Market Research

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Online Publishing

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Philanthropy

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Writing & Editing

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Recreational

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My Writing Samples

Understanding Feminism As A Stay At Home Mother!

While growing up, ‘Feminism’ was a word I got quite attracted to. I used to (not that I don’t do that anymore) call myself a proud ‘feminist’ and put forth most of my opinions looking through the lens that I had bought with the ideology it provided me then. I grew up in the 80s and 90s when the third wave of feminism had taken over the very important first and second wave and the new scent of women liberation was flowing free in the air!

https://www.momspresso.com/parenting/ponderings/article/understanding-feminism-as-a-stay-at-home-mother

Experience

Director International Outresearch

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Company: Special reads for special needs

I worked there from 10/2014 until /

Content I Write