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Astha Chadha

Astha Chadha- Speaker of Ginny's Planet. Learn Empathy, Diversity and Disability

Astha Chadha

Astha is passionate about storytelling & inclusion. Content writing is her profession. She loves music, reading & telling stories. Her journey with storytelling started with her daughter when she started telling her social stories & teaching daily life skills through stories.

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Storytelling, Content writing

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