On the occasion of International Women’s Day, The Gaudium School was honored to host a special speaker session for all teachers featuring Mrs. Sirisha Peyyeti, a renowned leader in digital transformation. The event was organized to celebrate the achievements of women and to inspire our Gaudium community with Mrs. Sirisha’s remarkable career journey.

Mrs. Sirisha Peyyeti brings to the table over two decades of experience in the IT industry, ranging from technical roles to leadership positions. Her notable career includes significant contributions to companies such as ValueLabs, Microsoft, and various startups. Currently, she serves as the founder and CEO of Avika, focusing on data and AI solutions to drive growth and innovation.

The session revolved around Mrs. Sirisha’s insights into digital transformation, leadership, and the pivotal role of women in the technology sector. She generously shared her experiences, the challenges she faced, and the strategies she employed for success, aiming to inspire our team to pursue their passions with courage.

Our teachers gained invaluable insights into the domains of technology and leadership through Mrs. Sirisha’s expertise. Her journey underscored the significance of perseverance, innovation, and gender equality in attaining professional success.

At The Gaudium School, we are committed to nurturing holistic growth by engaging with diverse stakeholders. By organizing sessions with speakers like Mrs. Sirisha Peyyeti, we aim to equip our team with real-world insights and role models, thereby enriching their educational journey. This event embodies our dedication to empowering teachers to excel in their fields and to become future education leaders.

The session was interactive, allowing our team to engage further with Mrs. Sirisha and delve deeper into her experiences. Overall, the Women’s Day Special Speaker Session for teachers was a resounding success, leaving a profound impact on The Gaudium community and reinforcing our commitment to promoting gender equality and professional development among educators.