About Monica Ingudam

  • Born and raised in the midst of conflict in Manipur, India to Ingudam Tomba Singh and Saroj Nalini Khomdram who chose to give the gift of education and gender-equality.
  • Little Flower School, Imphal.
  • Sophia’s College, Bombay (1994).
  • BE, Computer Science, PESIT, Bangalore University (1998).
  • MS, Software Development Management, University of Maryland UMGC.
  • IT Professional with more than 20 years of international experience (USA, China, Germany, India). 
  • Co-Inventor, Patent for “Identifying Callers” USPTO.
  • Founded FindingTheVoices (2012) with the vision to inspire, empower, educate, spread love and peace. Her weekend talk-show featuring heart to heart conversations giving hope and inspiration to rise above.
  • Artist pledging all funds from her art to giving back to the community. She has successfully supported fundraising for Palliative Care, education of children and currently raising funds for 1001Thagatchari, gratitude project of Manipur.
  • Founded FindingYourself (2019) for High Achievers offering personal growth development workshops boosting confidence in bringing out the high achiever, the best version in self.

  • Currently
    • Based in Maryland, USA with her super supportive partner, two precious children and an adorable cat.
    • Senior Product Analyst innovating healthcare solutions.
    • Hosting weekend talk-shows #MeiteilolBookclub #PeopleOfManipur #1001Thagatchari #PeopleOfTheWorld
    • Leading High Achievers workshop and 1-1 sessions during the weekends boosting confidence level bringing out the best version of self.
    • Creating oil paintings, art infused with lots of love and healing.
    • You will find her reading, writing, traveling, exploring nature and trying new things.


https://monicaingudam.com

findingthevoices@gmail.com



To travel, explore, experience and connect at the deepest level. So less time and lots to cover. It’s all in the mind, it’s in you, the power within to focus and follow the path you aspire to be.

Monica Ingudam

One comment

  1. Meiraba C

    During my early days in college, I was very much inspired by your talk show “Finding the voices”. I still admire your project of 1001 Thagatchari. In fact, many of our members admire both projects and wish to know more about them, as we also feel the need of it. We believe that you would be the right person to enlighten us and many other on it.

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