Rosvinder Kaur moved to the U.S. from India at the age of 26 after a career in advertising and Bollywood. She’s a managing partner at Jester & Genius, a brand story company. In addition, she’s on the SMU Cox School of Business Associate Board and on the board at Bryan’s House. She has 20-year- old twin boys and a seventh-grade boy, all of whom went to St. Mark’s School of Texas. When she first moved to the U.S. and lived in Tucson, Arizona, she found she was pregnant with the twins and delayed her applications to business schools. “I had a good talk with myself and said, ‘Snap out of it.’ I got into mommy mode, and I stopped my applications midway.” Kaur moved to Dallas when the twins were 2 and eventually attended SMU’s Cox School of Business. After working at PepsiCo Frito-Lay in brand marketing, she joined Jester & Genius. She teaches at SMU as a guest faculty and was invited earlier to teach as a guest faculty at Harvard.
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