Who's Who in the Zoo: Rashi Bajaj

January 4, 2019 Rashi Bajaj

The people behind a company are as important as the company itself. Who's Who in the Zoo, a recurring blog series that puts faces to the names. This month’s Who’s Who is our fabulous friend, Rashi. Let’s get to know her a little better… 

Rashi Bajaj standing against a snowy sky in winter on vacation


If You Were Home On A Rainy Sunday Afternoon, What Movie Would You Most Want To See On Television?
A rainy day would totally call for a nice rom-com! So I’d go for a Bollywood Hindi movie - “Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge” or “1942 - A Love Story.”

What do you like to do in your spare time?
Watch Netflix series and movies.  

What is something on your bucket list you have yet to do?
Get a tattoo and take my parents to some of the world's coolest destinations.

Mountain against a purple sky and a shooting star in Italy

If you could give your younger self one piece of advice what would it be?
There’s no one who can be like you. Embrace everything about yourself and be proud! 

Where would you like to travel next?
Switzerland because I heart everything beautiful! 

What is your ideal Saturday afternoon?
Laze around at home and enjoy a hot cuppa! 

If you could train any animal to be a pet which one would it be?
Ostrich - although I’m usually scared of all animals.

What was the last movie you saw and would recommend? 
"Christmas Chronicles" since I like to believe in Santa Claus.

Which season is best?
I'd have to go with Autumn... and Spring! 

If you were stranded on a desert island and could only bring one item with you what would it be?
My favorite chocolate cake - especially since no one’s watching.

Decadent chocolate mousse cake with chocolate shavings

What does a Go-To-Market Manager for Non-profit and Higher Education do? 

I own strategy and outbound marketing efforts for this exciting vertical that helps inspiring non-profits and academic institutions use technology to create a better world. 

What drew you to this role and company?
My love for Salesforce brought me to Appirio. I get excited about any role in the Marketing function. 

Are you usually early or late?
I am an early starter. 

How do you relax after a hard day of work?
Some chai and a little chat with family. 

What’s the best thing about you?
You should tell me! Maybe my presence.

What skill would you like to master?
Singing!

What is the most heartwarming thing you’ve ever seen?
When I saw a man sitting in Prèt having coffee (in London) suddenly got up and went out running across the road to meet and kiss his pregnant wife. Looked like he met her for the first time after the pregnancy news came in. What a lovely sight!

Big Ben clock tower in London, England

What city would you most like to live in?
Santa Barbara, CA

What is the luckiest thing that has happened to you?
A: When I applied for my B1/B2 visa for the second time and got it (with 10 years validity). 

What risks are worth taking?
Anything that pulls you out of your comfort zone.

If your life was a book, what would its title be?
"Disney's 8th Dwarf."

What was cool when you were young but isn’t cool now?
When parents ask their kids to sing and dance in front of guests!

Little blonde girl wearing a pink ballet leotard and a pink tutu

What life skills are rarely taught but extremely useful?
That nothing/nobody is right or wrong. People should be respected even if they have views that differ from your own. 

What did you Google last?
The meaning of "Rookie."

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About the Author

Rashi Bajaj

Rashi Bajaj is a seasoned marketer with experience in demand generation, digital marketing, sales enablement and operations, and channel marketing. She's passionate about impacting revenue through influenced sales pipelines and translating operational efforts into actionable insights.

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