Today we are introducing you to Sippi Khurana as our BethieLife Woman Crush. Sippi is a brilliant doctor, Professor and violinist. But you can also get to know the other sides of Sippi in her interviews. For example, you can always catch this busy gal at a yoga class, chairing the Best Dressed luncheon or at an alternative rock concert. Welcome, Sippi!
Photos by Angie Fanelli
Houston and so incredibly proud of it!
If you were stranded on a desert island, what three beauty products would you like to have with you?
Sunscreen, lip balm and dry shampoo.
I would say over the past decade I truly have admired Michelle Obama. Her amazing style extends beyond her outward appearance and she radiates confidence, intelligence and strength from within.
Be true to yourself; nobody else on the planet is you and that should be celebrated!
La Table, Cafe Annie and DaMarco.
I’m getting back into academics and teaching Rheumatology fellows at Ben Taub General Hospital. I am also so honored to be chairing Best Dressed for March of Dimes, UNICEF and Crimestoppers. I am looking forward to go on the field with Operation Smile and UNICEF. My resolution this year was to go where there is desperation in the world. I feel it’s my responsibility to help as much as I can.
Haha, I loved Kristy Bradshaw’s answer to this question. but I truthfully have the best husband, kids, parents and siblings in the world and I cherish every moment I get to spend with them.
I would say the Mahatma Gandhi District on Hillcroft. It’s our Little India in Houston and it’s full of rich culture, authentic food and South Asian heritage.
I love my sweet friend Sannam Warrender’s blog, Sannam and Style. I love the app Yoga Studio Mind and Body so you can do yoga anywhere.
Drink tons of water, sleep at least 8 hours a night and don’t let the small things bother you. Your inner joy and smile will brighten anyone’s day.
Guru Granth Sahib, family photo albums and my great-grandmother’s bangles.
Oh yes! Cockroaches. Deathly afraid of them!
Los Cabos. It’s my happy place.
I would dream of being a Concertmaster for the Houston Symphony. I played and taught violin for many years and even played in the Conservatory at University of Missouri-Kansas City but, alas, medicine was my true calling.
I really loved A LONG WAY HOME by Saroo Brierley. It was such an emotional and heartbreaking journey showing human spirit in its most beautiful form. I thought the movie depicting the book, LION, was truly amazing and moving as well.
Rheumatologist and immunologist. Clinical Assistant Professor at Texas A&M Health Science Center and Baylor College of Medicine.
Most people probably would not believe it but I am a huge fan of rock alternative music. In fact, it’s what first brought my husband and me together. Deftones, 311, Tool and Linkin Park are my favorites!