Anita Sakuru, from the '87 batch, is the founder, CEO and Chairman of Kenpeople.
Just before starting Kenpeople, she was selected for the Executive MBA at Kellogg.
joined when she
was 32 after having two kids and when her
second child was just 3 months old.
At the same time she
was running a $25M business unit and commuted to Chicago from Boston every alternate weekend.
In between the program, her
family moved to India and she
commuted from India.
The pressure of being a role model for her
children and her
never say die spirit kept her
has clear advice for budding women entrepreneurs.
warns, "If you are a perfectionist- forget it.
Prioritize and that's very, very important.
stresses the importance of building a support group.
"Your family will be the most important support factor for you.
Take help from parents, in-laws, network with friends and people from the same college and schools.
Find them and build newer bonds", she