Monita Rajpal doesn’t need much of an introduction. She has graced our television screens for years. She has been referred to as “true talent” by Pharrell Williams and “brilliant” by Tom Ford.
Monita Rajpal spent 14 years of her journalism career with CNN in Atlanta, Toronto and Hong Kong. She has covered some of the biggest events in history and interviewed some of the biggest names in design, fashion, art and politics. Her interviews are far from ordinary, they offer deep insight and perspective.
I had the opportunity to reverse the roles with Monita in a truly illuminating conversation. A discussion that stretches from creating sacred spaces for conversation, identity detoxing, representation in media to learning more about her new venture, the Citrine Room. There’s a takeaway for everyone.
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Podcast: The Citrine Room available on Apple & Soundcloud
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