Malini Saba: Taking Care of the Less Fortunate in the Society

In a recent interview with The Story Exchange, Malini Saba had the chance to answer some questions about her life and why she is actively involved in helping the less privileged women and children across the globe. Malini Saba was quick to acknowledge that women and children are the leaders of tomorrow. She further acknowledges that ensuring that women and children have the best education, healthcare as well as safe places to live is the only way we can ensure that these children have a better future. Malini Saba started the global Stree: Global Investments in women in the year 2001. This charity organization offers education and training and is based in New York, New York.

 

According to Malini Saba, she defines success as doing that one thing that pleases you. She says we can only succeed if we do what we love and if we only stay true to ourselves. As for Saba, her greatest achievement and success in this life is her daughter. Saba is proud of her daughter. Despite being a very successful woman, Saba still takes care of her daughter. Other women in her status would often use nannies. Instead, she does not use nannies with her daughter and takes her to school every morning before starting her morning office appointments. The only thing that we can do is to learn from these experiences. Malini also acknowledges that success does not come from money or fame. While some people realize this early in life, it may take a little bit longer for others to realize this.

 

According to Malini Saba, her greatest challenge in this world comes when dealing with governments of the developing nations. These governments are often adamant to changes, and she says the best way to prevail in these situations is by being patient and persistent. As for Saba, she does not let her personal life affect her business life. Malini Saba Moved to the United States of American at the age of 19 years. She got married at a Stanford University student, and she could often attend lectures at the university for free. She developed an interest in banking and investments and later used this experience as a business lady. Today, she owns diversified investments across the globe such as shares at Silicon Valley companies, Real Estate business in Southern Pacific region and have also invested in oil and gas in China.