A communications expert, a former journalist, an Indian, Sabrina Sidhu has worked for international organizations in India, Bhutan, Paris and Uganda. When not advocating for greater public good, she loves to read, travel and learn languages. She speaks English, Hindi, French and Punjabi. Sabrina calls herself the nomad, having studied in 10 schools across India, and having completed her higher studies in India and France. She feels that the greatest thing about being a nomad is that you never stop learning about people, cultures and languages.
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