Ved is grateful for the opportunity to participate in the innovative learning process of kids through creating videos!
Position: Associate Manager (Risk Management & Quality) at Accenture Inc.
Time volunteering with Let’s Talk Science: 2 years
Inspirational Moment: When I first heard about Let’s Talk Science, I was amazed that such a program exists and is readily available to people. The fact that the success of the program depends on volunteers encouraged me to participate. I find it a beautiful experience to partake knowledge and I am inspired by the Let’s Talk Science program managers in their effort to put in place an innovative learning experience for kids.
Favourite Let’s Talk Science volunteering activity: Definitely making the videos, especially when I have to go find the questions and answers myself!
Why do you volunteer with Let’s Talk Science?: I am grateful for the opportunity to participate in the innovative learning process of kids. It gives me the ability and means to interact with people, in this period of confinement and restrictions.
Fun fact: I do multiple shoots before sending the final one and I get my wife to review 😊
Since the beginning of the partnership between Accenture and Let’s Talk Science, the response to employee engagement has been incredible with many of Ved’s colleagues also stepping forward to help.
“Volunteering is an essential part of Accenture’s culture and one of the many ways that our people make a difference in the communities where we live and work and accelerating equality for all.”
- Deborah Swartz
Accenture – Corporate Citizenship Lead, Canada
Let’s Talk Science would also like to thank and acknowledge the following Accenture employees for their valuable contributions through volunteering: Simardeep Badi, Isabelle Briclot, Efe Fruci, Liana Hadjigeorgiou, Dinesh Ak Kumar, Robert Liu, Nilufer Nanji, Belange Norha, Baskaran Pachiappan, Stephanie Pegg, Dima Sabbagh and Laura Wylde.