Today we are introducing you to Ruchi Mukherjee as our BethieLife Woman Crush. This interesting lady was raised in India and became a well-known journalist for the Times of India. Her esteemed career brought her to Houston where she is still serving as a foreign correspondent and has succeeded in becoming very active in the Houston community. She was recently chosen as University of Houston’s Gender Studies Program Table Talk Luncheon Conversationalist along with Mayor Annise Parker. Read and hear all about her activities in the interviews below. Welcome, Ruchi!
Calcutta, India. I came to the US as a correspondent for the Times of India.
Journalist, Editor, TV Host
A lady never reveals her age.
If you were stranded on a desert island, what three beauty products would you like to have with you?
Sunscreen, moisturizer and Chanel No. 5
Shopping Uggg Guilty!
Never make a decision when your angry.
I do like to cook for my friends and I love my long walks.
Bayou Gardens for the tranquility, Gabriela Dror’s hats and I love to explore new local jewelry designers. Zayver Jewels by Bela Thacker is elegant, sophisticated at the same time I wear to many of my high profile galas.
Hot lemon water, yoga, and I make my own face mask with yogurt. It refreshes me instantly.
My iPhone, my PG Tips Tea (a UK Brand) and my Prada.
I’d own my own boutique with a cafe in Uptown Park.
Chef (the movie), Big Eyes (Movie) and 100 Foot Journey (book).
I can do some interesting impressions.