Q: What is the story behind your username?
A: A friend of mine had her Twitter username as CoolCrazyRock! I stole the middle one with a ZZ!
Q: Tell us a little about your education.
Q: Where are you from, where did you grow up?
Q: What life accomplishments are you proud of?
A: Winning the first prize in Indian Government Organized Montreal Protocol and getting a certificate of merit from Mr. Jairam Ramesh, Environment Minister, India. This was the achievement that led to my increased interests in the ozone layer.
Q: Do you have a special motto, belief in life or quote; something you always keep in mind or live by?
A: After delivering my report for my Summer Internship in Hughes Systique Corporation and after saying the words, “It was a difficult task”, the manager of the team stood up and said something I would never forget. “If others can do it, why not you!”
Q: What are you most passionate about in your life?
A: Life is all about learning. The day you stop learning, is the day you stop living. This passion for learning has kept me alive.
Q: Do you have any traveling experiences you’d like to share, places you’ve visited, or favorite places?
Q: Are there any other places you’d like to visit?
A: There are two actually.
Q: What are your special interests, hobbies, or collections?
A: Photography. However, it would more likely be a passion than a hobby. I have the drug in my veins to carry the special moments in life on my shutter. Studying about Ozone has been another one. It gives me the feeling of being connected with nature.
Q: What is the most daring thing you’ve ever done?
A: River Rappelling. The fact that I am scared of heights made it more daring.
Q: How long have you been a member of Answers, and what do you like about out community?
A: I’ve been a member since 23rd November 2010. Completed my 4 year WikiVersery recently. The fact that each member of the community encourages the others to perform well and contribute to the society is what makes it unique. Answers for its members it’s not just about the contributions, it’s something more.
Q: Do you see the glass half full or half empty? Why?
A: Half Empty. Take it and fill it up to the rim. A half filled glass might leave you thirsty.