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Inspired by the famous Humans of New York blog by Brandon Stanton, we wanted to create a series of written portraits of the people that we work with and the (sometimes unexpected) stories they have to tell.

– Rachel Collins, Head of Inclusion & Diversity & Chair of Network 25

Megha Kohli

When I was a child, we had a ritual in my family. All my siblings, cousins and I would sit around my grandmother as she would tell us the most ...
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Pooja Khatri

I have so much respect for my mother - she is an inspiration. She always laid immense emphasis on education and independence when we were growing up. She taught me ...
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Hugo Rinsema

I have a background in mechanical engineering and enjoy working with my hands. I design and build things, all sorts of things - I've built my own campervan from scratch, ...
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John Fitzpatrick

The night of the week I look forward to most is when I head out to the deepest depths of Essex with my trusty Gibson guitar in the trunk of ...
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Franck Farigoul

I love astronomy and taking pictures of astronomical events – I actually did a presentation to my colleagues a few months ago on it. It’s something outside the realm of ...
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Daniela Sorriso

My little brother is 12 years younger than me and over the last year or so, he’s been saying to me that I’m  the father he’s never had. That makes ...
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Fahim Sabir

I think the most exciting project I've worked on at Colt is the one I'm working on at the moment, which is a network-on-demand platform for our customers. It's a ...
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Jason Li

I love sport, especially football. At school I was a basketball player but then I transferred to a different high school where everyone played football - it was only me ...
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Zvezdana Lazic-Latincic

My biggest hobby is weightlifting, I tried Crossfit for a couple of years but lifting has been the hobby that's stayed. I started when I was growing up in Bosnia, ...
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Manish Chopra

When you're a kid - you think your parents are so technologically inept - we used to make fun of our parents for not knowing anything about TV or VCR. ...
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Pablo Diez

I don't collect stamps or cards or watches. I collect new places, people and feelings. I come from a small town in the west of Spain - it's your typical ...
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Danielle Reilly

The most influential person in my life is my father. He's the most solid person I've ever encountered. He's always approachable about anything, whether it's personal or about work, and ...
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