Author: Aditya Manral

Former Head of Product Marketing for Apple India, Shalini Bath ’89 worked at Apple for over 16 years and during her time there helped found Women@Apple diversity network associations in India and Latin America. She is now using her experience working with global companies and brands to help NGOs and...

The recent weeklong GAIL Conference, centered on diversity and hosted by Kristin School in Auckland, New Zealand, welcomed 10 student delegates from each school, including Woodstock and its three adult chaperones.   All eight GAIL schools representing various regions worldwide participated in a weeklong conference hosted by Kristin School. This conference also...

  Woodstock School proudly hosted milestone reunions for the Classes of 1973, 1983, and 2003 earlier this year. Celebrating their 50th-, 40th-, and 20th-year milestones, respectively, members of these classes returned to campus for joyous reunion tours and activities arranged by Sanchali Chakraborty and the Advancement and Alumni Relations team, with help...

Benjamin Godbersen, Class of 2005, embarked on an epic motorcycle journey from Germany, traversing numerous countries before arriving in India this year. His final stop and heartwarming homecoming took place at Woodstock School 20 years to the day from the first time Benjamin set foot on campus. Current Woodstock student...

In our ongoing commitment to support our current students and provide them with real-world experiences, WOSA Asia members have once again extended valuable internship opportunities. These internships have become highly sought-after by our students, who eagerly embrace the chance to learn from our alumni and their businesses during their summer...

Summer School at Woodstock 2023 was the most successful, hustling, and bustling summer program on campus to date! The program provided a wonderful opportunity for community members to return to campus while also learning and/or earning. The Art for Change artists' residency at Woodstock took place simultaneously with Summer at...

After developing the concept during his master's degree work in the UK, Arsh Bansal '11 returned to India and launched Tenpy, a startup providing nature getaway living in "tiny homes" designed for people of all types to escape their routine and find rejuvenation through reconnection with nature. Advancement and Alumni...