Columnist at The New York Times
The Anand Giridharadas speeches explore the topic of the “American Dream.” He talks about how it is disintegrating within the United States due to the class system that is in place which makes it incredibly difficult to move up the ladder. He explains that a shift is taking place in global powers, making India a prime prospect for prosperity and fulfilling dreams.
After graduating with a degree in politics and history from the University of Michigan, he moved to India in 2003 and worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm. His experiences in Mumbai lead him to write and release his first book in 2011 called, ‘India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nation's Remaking.’ He is currently a columnist at the New York Times and an analyst for CBC Radio and CNN. The Anand Giridharadas speeches provide eye-opening information which touches upon political, economical and global conditions.