Raka Sen is a Doctoral Graduate student in the Sociology program at the University of Pennsylvania, UPenn. Her research interests include the Sociology of Climate Change, Social Resilience in cities, neighborhoods, and Disaster Sociology. Raka looks at how everyday adjustments in people’s lives are in fact a form of climate change adaptation.

In this episode, Raka talks about not being afraid to be uncomfortable, putting yourself on an even playing field to learn, and trusting what you’re passionate about.

This conversation with Raka was a personal delight for me, as it is fascinating to see how my little baby has evolved over time and now her actions are driven to make the world better; a moment of pride for a dad.

Listen to Raka to learn how to always be curious about how the world works.

Secrets to Win Big with Arjun Sen brings you leaders from around the world and all walks of life. 

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