As a child Oendrila was told she talked too much. Years later she's turned her gift of gab into a career. She is a writer and storyteller.
As a child Oendrila Majumder was told that she talked too much. Years later, she’s turned her gift of gab into a career. She is a writer and a storyteller who believes the most powerful tool in the world is a pen.
First published at the age of seven, Oendrila continued writing throughout university and parlayed her passion to a successful career in advertising and social media. She has worked with some of the largest brands in the world and has produced award winning content. A native Torontonian, Oendrila hops on planes like busses, but her favourite place in the entire world is sitting by a fireplace, hot cocoa in hand, with her two little nephews.
To learn more about Oendrila visit www.oendrilamajumder.com and follow @oendrila on Twitter/Instagram to see her day-to-day la vie en rose (and a few other filters).
In 2013, my mother died. The moment when the doctors asked me to "pull the plug," I knew my life would never again be the same. Her death hasn't addressed any questions or fears I had about dying, but it's given me new insights on how to move forward with life.