Business Lecturer, Aspire2 International College, New Zealand
Achiever's Success Story
Education in the right direction
Success for Dr. Sheerali Arya is about inspiring and encouraging others to strive for excellence. She believes in constant focus on goals and overcoming obstacles with grace, dignity, and enthusiasm. “People see the success but are not aware of the struggle behind it. Being an Educator I am responsible to guide young adults in right direction”, is her belief which urges her to endeavour for higher achievements for herself and her students.
Sheerali is the recipient of multiple international awards, namely ‘Indian Women Achiever Award’ from International Research Association, United Kingdom, ‘Exceptional Adult Educator’ from Mayor of Tauranga, New Zealand (NZ) and ‘Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Lifetime Achievement International Award’ from International Research and Developers, India. She has 15 years of experience in research, education, training, administration, and operations. Sheerali has a Ph.D in Management, and she is currently working at Aspire2 International College NZ as a Business Lecturer.
Previously, she worked there as the Programme Leader for Undergraduate Business and Coordinator for the Faculty of Business. Her other major work experience includes being a Business Lecturer in Stellaris PTE College (NZ) and Manager at ICICI Bank Ltd (India). Sheerali is a supervisor of Masters and Graduate level research projects.
She has also authored a management book published by GRIN publication (Germany) and her research papers have been published in leading SCOPUS and ABDC indexed international journals. Sheerali is also a keen volunteer and has worked with UNICEF, Breast Cancer Foundation and Student Pulse for community welfare. “As an Indian settled in New Zealand I strongly believe I am the ambassador of my great nation. I always endeavour to highlight the glory of India and familiarize people here about our rich heritage. It is my mission to showcase India on a global platform and make others take notice of our capabilities”.