Dr. Vidhya Ramaswamy’s infectious enthusiasm shows that it’s possible to succeed professionally even in the most challenging of circumstances. She wore her life’s scars as her best attire and decided to impart the knowledge that she has acquired to others as a service.
Dr. Ramaswamy is an internationally renowned motivational speaker, corporate trainer, mind navigator, NLP practitioner and performance trend setter. She has conducted training programmes for government organisations, non-governmental bodies, social sector, industries, corporate companies and academic institutions across the world. Her sessions are insightful and stimulate participants to unleash their innate energies.
Dr. Ramaswamy has extensive experience in developing customised training workshops based on needs and profile of the audience. In the past 15 years, she imparted learning to more than 10,000 individuals across different hierarchy levels. She also conducts special sessions on CSR, Sexual Harassment and legal enigmas and Women Empowerment. Her new initiative‘, The World Women News’, is an internet portal exclusively for women aiming to provide a platform for upcoming leaders and their inspiring stories.
Dr. Ramaswamy is also a world renowned Molecular Biologist, Cancer Researcher and Nanotechnologist, who has more than 14 years of research experience. She was been honoured with the Young Scientist Award by the Government of India in 2002. She has won many International Awards, Fellowships, Grants and Honours, for her contributions to science.
She has conducted several international conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops of world recognition. She has 207 international publications, authored seven books and seven international funded research projects and three patents to her credit. As a world recognition, her biography has been selected for publishing in the Marquis Who’s Who in the World and in Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare.
Dr. Ramasawmy also received the world title of Top 100 Scientists Award and Iconic Achievers, Great minds of 2011 and the international Einstein Award for Scientific Achievements 2012. At present, she is Visiting Professor for three universities in United States, Singapore and Europe.
The sudden demise of her life partner in an accident left Dr. Ramaswamy shattered. Six months after the biggest blow to her, she faced a severe health test and doctors blacklisted her as a candidate whose end has come. But somehow, she managed to pass that test too and survived.
The thought of spreading the knowledge she had acquired to others as a service put a lot of confidence back into Dr. Ramaswamy’s life. She wanted to hold aloft knowledge as a weapon to help the downtrodden. It was this thought that spurred her to float a non-government organisation. It was christened ‘International Center for Intellectual Training and Empowerment (INCITE) and was registered as a charity organisation with the blessings from Prof. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Prof. M.S. Swaminathan, The ideas and inputs that came from these stalwarts still serve as strong pillars of INCITE, which has its focus on social services, and training.