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Chhavi Goyal Mayya
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Tally Solutions Pvt. Ltd.


Chhavi has extensive work experience spanning over seven years and is currently working withTally Solutions Pvt. Ltd. as a Product Manager. Her portfolio includes writing content for both internal and external consumption.
Previously, she was with Erehwon Innovation Consulting, where her primary area of expertise was creation of content through study and research. Here, Chhavi gained experience in
conducting primary and secondary research, covering diverse domains across business, social and governance sectors.

Chhavi has worked on various genres like books, articles, presentations, case studies etc. and also has published work to her credit. She has contributed to a book titled, ‘Making
Breakthrough Innovation Happen’, a Harper Collins publication and co-authored a limited edition book ‘Inspiring Innovations’ on the awardees of the ‘Innovation for India Awards’,
2010. Chhavi is a co-author in the ‘Best Practices for Leadership’ book written for a multinational company. She has two published poetry books titled ‘True Feelings’ and ‘Not So
Far Away’ and articles in the BenefIT magazine and in the Economic Times.

Chhavi has completed her Masters in Creative Writing from the University of New South Wales, Australia. She also has a Diploma in the Chinese language.

She is an avid reader and loves to travel. Her enthusiasm and creativity have aided her to work in different roles and experiment with various types of written genre.


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