Understanding America and India, 50 Years Apart

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. Cultures run deep… Living in the United […]

India and Prime Minister Modi

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. With a cultural backdrop … I was […]

Ideas Worth Defending

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. Progress is about better decisions — need […]

Power of Higher Education

VINITA GUPTA- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. Getting Away from One Size fits All… […]

Systemic Decision Making

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. “I’ve had choices, Since the day that […]

The Roulette Wheel of Real Money

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. Reading the tea leaves of how the […]

Democracy Can Weather the Storm

Vinita Gupta- Having faith in America…Are we truly witnessing the needle of U.S. politics moving towards the center?   The tone of the January 6 House Select Committees hearings is far calmer.  That is a much-needed change from the last few years of politics of hyper amplification with overreaching claims.  It is also an acknowledgment of the American […]

My Upbringing in Indian Culture

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. Which shapes who we become… My son-in-law, […]

Our Eureka Moments

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. Outperforming is a pursuit…Difficult, but can be […]

Acknowledging Russia

Vinita Gupta- Vinita Gupta is a Silicon Valley Entrepreneur and was the first Indian-American woman to take her company public. Since retiring, she has propelled herself through her journalism, mentoring women entrepreneurs and playing competitive bridge at the highest levels. She has won several National titles in bridge. Our turn to make a move … […]

America in Need of Purpose

A few weeks ago we memorialized the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks when foreign terrorists tried to destroy our political and economic system.  On Jan. 6, 2021, our domestic terrorists attacked the Capitol to overthrow the election results.  The attack threatened the very foundation of our democracy — the peaceful transition of power. It is our constitutional right to demand fair elections, but when protests are violent, they are criminal.