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Swathi Dinnae Celebrates Anniversary of Niagara Falls Vacatio

One year ago Swathi Dinnae visited Niagara Falls.

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Three hundred and sixty five days ago Swathi Dinnae laid eyes on the splendor of Niagara Falls for the very first time. The 28-year-old software professional and travel enthusiast had never seen the falls in all its natural glory, and the experience was so memorable she can recall it vividly even a year later. “I can still picture it like it’s right in front of me,” Swathi Dinnae says. “The roaring of the water, the way it tumbles down into the calm waters below… wow, what a beautiful place!”

Swathi Dinnae and her husband visited America’s oldest state park a year ago, getting soaked and having a great time as part of an East Coast vacation. For the travel loving couple, it was a great experience that they have already placed high among all of their many travel memories together. It is not always easy for the hardworking Swathi Dinnae to get away from her job as a business intelligence software professional, so when she can it is always great to have such an unmitigated good time.

Swathi Dinnae also became interested in the history of the park, how it was saved from the brink of destruction by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead and members of the Free Niagara Movement. “I can’t believe this place almost didn’t exist,” she marvels.

“Sometimes if I am stressed or busy at work I close my eyes for a moment and imagine myself back at Niagara Falls,” admits Swathi Dinnae with a smile. “I picture the water, I see the rainbow that the waterfall makes, and I remember how the mist was everywhere. It helps me to relax, it calms me down greatly. It’s a wonderful memory, absolutely.”

Along with her husband, Swathi Dinnae does volunteer work with underprivileged youths. She finds herself telling them about the beauty of the falls, and many of them express a desire to go and visit this national treasure someday, something which Swathi Dinnae strongly supports.

Swathi Dinnae intends to do a whole lot more traveling in her future, but will never forget the time she spent one year ago at Niagara Falls.

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Swathi Dinnae Volunteers with Vandematram Foundatio

Swathi Dinnae sponsors underprivileged youths.

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Swathi Dinnae believes deeply in the importance of education. As a professional business intelligence software developer who holds a master’s degree in computer engineering, she knows that a good education can mean a whole new world of opportunity for many people who would not otherwise be able to find the type of higher paying jobs they need to escape from a life of poverty. Above all a good education means the freedom to choose your future. That is why Swathi Dinnae, along with her husband, have decided to continue supporting the Vandematram Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of today’s underprivileged youth by affording them the opportunity to get a high school education.

When Swathi Dinnae heard about the Vandematram Foundation, she knew it was just the type of organization she was looking to lend her support to. With their mission of educating underprivileged youth, and their focus on getting them to graduate high school, the Vandematram Foundation’s and Swathi Dinnae’s own philanthropic goals lined up almost perfectly. With the help of her husband, the 28-year-old professional donates her time and sponsorship to the foundation. Whether or not they get to see the fruits of their efforts, it gives Swathi Dinnae a sense of achievement to know they are doing good in the community and for those less fortunate.

Swathi Dinnae knows she has had a lot of good fortune to end up where she is today, as not everyone has the privilege of holding a master’s degree and having a bright career in a stable field. As such she is passionate about helping others who are not in so fortunate a position as she, and the Vandematram Foundation provides the perfect outlet for that desire.

“I know it sounds cheesy, but I like to think of myself as a genuinely good person,” Swathi Dinnae was quoted as saying. “There is so much poverty and so many underprivileged youths in today’s world, it is almost overwhelming to think about. I know it’s not possible to help everyone who needs help, but I like to think that in my very small way I am helping to make the world a better place.”

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Swathi Dinnae Enrolls in Leadership Cours

Business Intelligence professional Swathi Dinnae wants to become a leader.

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Leaders are born, not made, at least that’s what they say. Swathi Dinnae believes that both are true, however. For as long as she can remember, the 28-year-old professional has been told that she has the characteristics of a natural leader: organizational skills, motivational skills, and the capacity to inspire others to better things than they would be capable of on their own. And in order to hone that innate ability, Swathi Dinnae has decided to enroll in a leadership seminar this fall.

The leadership course will tackle topics of leadership in the workplace, a relevant discussion for Swathi Dinnae, who works as a business intelligence software developer using IBM Cognos and Oracle BI. In the end she believes it will be beneficial to learn how others go about preparing to lead, to gain tips and also observe different styles in the hopes that she will be able to tailor her own style to maximum efficiency. After the course Swathi Dinnae expects to be ready for a more advanced leadership role within her company’s organizational structure.

Swathi Dinnae has always been a leader, and believes that a great leader never considers him or herself beyond reproach or infallible. She hopes that the seminar will enable her to achieve new heights in her own leadership, and by this example to lead her coworkers to new heights of achievement as well. “I know I am not perfect myself, and I believe that is what makes me the kind of leader people can relate to and feel comfortable with in the leadership role,” says Swathi Dinnae.

“I do tend to be thrust into a leadership role in whatever situation I find myself,” Swathi Dinnae was quoted as saying. “Perhaps it does have something to do with my nature. I believe this course will be a great opportunity for me to hone my skills, to advance my own knowledge and to help myself become the best leader – and best overall person – I can be.”

Although young, Swathi Dinnae already has all the hallmarks of future greatness in leadership, and her future is certainly bright.

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Swathi Dinnae Celebrates New Opportunity at Tomkins

Tomkins Corporation hired Swathi Dinnae as a Cognos developer.

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It has been all smiles on both sides as Tomkins Corporation and Swathi Dinnae celebrate their business partnership. Tomkins hired Swathi Dinnae based on her experience as a business intelligence software professional, with experience in the IBM Cognos environment, PISQL, SCN and Oracle BI. It is a smart move for the company and a great career move for Swathi Dinnae.

Prior to her being hired by Tomkins, Swathi Dinnae had been employed at Danco doing IBM Cognos / PISQL development. There she was lauded for her work as a developer, as well as her professionalism, leadership ability and courteous demeanor. Coworkers knew Swathi Dinnae as a pleasure to work with, always with a kind word and a smile or a helping hand if anyone had a problem. She left Danco to pursue the furtherance of her bright career and has now landed at Tomkins.

With a master’s degree in computer engineering, a certification in PL/SQL, and extensive experience in the business intelligence field, Swathi Dinnae brings the right mix of professional qualifications to the table for Tomkins. They now have a hardworking developer who always goes the extra mile to get the job done right. Swathi Dinnae has a proven track record of success and dedication difficult to match in the field, and at only 28 years old she will only grow in skill and experience as time goes on.

“This is an exciting new phase in my professional development career,” Swathi Dinnae was quoted as saying. “I am grateful to Tomkins for having seen my potential and chosen to hire me to join their wonderful team. Already I feel like a valued member of the company here and I look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”

Swathi Dinnae has been passionate about computer engineering for as long as she can remember, and this hire is the latest in an unbroken string of professional successes which she knows she is lucky to have had.

“I have been very lucky to have had such opportunities, and I know I must continue to live up to my potential in order to gain more opportunities in the future,” Swathi Dinnae was quoted as saying. “I intend to work hard to prove my worth every single day.”

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