“Consume less. Recycle more. Listen to your mom”
LISTEN: Rituja Indapure shares her story.
Stories collected by The Seattle Globalist in partnership with the Equity & Environment Initiative
Rituja Indapure currently works at Costco as an Analyst. She is an avid reader, performer and has directed Tasveer’s South Asian Women’s focused festival. Rituja is an active community member and has served PTA boards as a Treasurer and co-President. She regularly volunteers with the Aras Foundation, United Way of King County and Technology Access Foundation. She is also a supporter of Teen Feed and serves on the Amrita-Seattle meal team. Rituja is an enthusiastic member of Toastmasters and enjoys writing letters on paper. Prior to Costco, she has worked at Accenture and Onyx Software. Rituja is passionate about implementing and improving processes that increase efficiency and productivity of the team. Rituja received her BA in English Literature and LLB from University of Pune and LLM from University of Nottingham. Rituja is passionate about women’s education, equality and leadership. Currently she is producing a media piece addressing the issue of skin color in the South Asian diaspora in the context of relationships. Rituja joined the board in September 2014, and was elected treasurer in January 2015.