Posted on November 3, 2020 in ATSC News
Ashwini Koppisetti loves a challenge.
“I think the only and most important thing for me to grow in my career is not to say no to any new learning,” she said.
The marketing manager for Marketing and Business Development for Gaian Solutions started her career working with Amazon as a Risk Analyst where she worked for a year before moving on to her current role.
Koppisetti became involved with ATSC four years prior, inspired by Mark Aitken of the Sinclair Broadcast Group and ATSC President Madeleine Noland to connect with the Committee.
“Gaian is taking a platform approach to ignite ATSC 3.0 adoption by bringing wealth from new value chains to the broadcast ecosystem,” Koppisetti said. “My specific role is exciting because it gives me an opportunity to work with some great minds and recognized industry leaders.” She also expressed that after working with the CEO of Gaian Solutions, they had fallen in love and are now engaged.
“NextGenTV technology replaces a 30-year-old broadcast standard and provides the opportunity to re-architect a technological business and service stack that is more in-tune with contemporary business models,” Koppisetti added.
In her time outside, she finds inspiration from painting gravitating towards acrylic on canvas. She also has a strong passion for dancing, studying two forms of Indian Classical Dance, and is currently training for a third called Bharatanatyam. She loves nature as well and plans to explore the Unites States with this hobby along with getting back into equestrian life with horseback riding.
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