With an innate flair for languages, combined with her intuitive interpersonal skills, interacting with people to understand their needs and desires came naturally to Neeta. She chose to start her career as Visa Support Officer with The British Embassy Mumbai in 1991 that gave her an opportunity to assist people from varied cultural backgrounds, different strata of society and diverse aspirations. Her successful journey of 14 years in this role enriched her experience in dealing with people and handle complex situations comfortably.
Though thoroughly satisfied with her accomplishments, Neeta seeked inner peace that would come from being able to impact lives of others in a truly meaningful way. In her quest, she happened to come across the philosophy of Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism and was deeply impressed by the practicality of the philosophy. In 2012 she joined Soka Gakkai International, a Japanese Organization, which is committed to Value Creating Education and World Peace.
Motivated by compassion, empathy, courage, hope and a firm belief in the principle of “Respect and dignity for all human beings”, Neeta found her calling in working for children with special needs. With a clear vision to create awareness in common people and educate them about medical progress and subsequent hope for differently abled children, Neeta collaborated with her close friend, philosopher and guide –Dr.Alok Sharma to create awareness.