Contributing to her community is one of Deepali's impressive attributes. She feels a huge sense of responsibility as someone in a relatively privileged position to help those in her local community. When speaking to Deepali I am inspired by how dedicated she is to her role as pack leader, which she clearly enjoys and finds extremely rewarding.
Deepali believes it is vital that the girls have women from the business world in their lives as role models to aspire to. This is accentuated for some of the girls who are from less privileged backgrounds who really benefit from stability and routine in their lives outside of school and family.
One of the main challenges that Deepali faces as a pack leader is balancing her demanding level of work in her day job and her commitment to the Brownies. It requires excellent time management to ensure that her workload and commitment to Brownies can be efficiently managed.
As well as her contribution to 1st Riverside Brownies Deepali is an ambassador of LBG's 'Legal in the Community' scheme. Deepali has encouraged colleagues to get involved in the College of Law's mentoring scheme and this year resulting in over 40 colleagues taking part; the most from any organisation.
Deepali is a true inspiration to everyone who is lucky enough to work with her, she is a fantastic role model for her Brownies, making a real difference to their lives and I couldn't think of anyone more deserving of recognition.