Working to break gender and cultural stereotypes, Trisha K. Arora is a driven young woman with a passion for two things: her culture and the media. Both being major aspects in Trisha’s life she combines both to create the perfect balance. Trisha is an Indian girl at heart with an American touch. As a writer, TV & radio personality, event coordinator, host, MC and Youtuber, her scintillating personality combined with her enthusiasm and wit come together to entertain audiences of all sizes, ages and communities.

At a young age, Trisha found her passion for both the South Asian culture and Media. Starting off as a co-host on various radio shows, she worked to perfect her skill until starting her own show, Bhangra Beats on Radio Asia in 2010. Currently, Trisha is a freelance journalist for various publications such as Brown Girl Magazine, Simply Bhangra and her own blog, Dare to be Different. She is also a freelance broadcaster on AVS TV and an event host as well as an event coordinator and Youtuber. In short, Trisha is your one stop shop for anything media or event related! From concerts and festivals to private or corporate events, she truly encompasses the power to engage and entertain audiences. She has interviewed many celebrities from Bollywood as well as the Punjabi music industry. 

“ My late father is my inspiration for everything I do. He always said ‘You can do whatever you want in life, I’ll never object or stop you, but whatever you do make sure you do it honestly and to the best of your ability’ and those are the words that I will always live by. I still have a lot to learn in my life, but I do want to share what I’ve learned so far with those around me. I know there are so many people out there who want to do something different, out of the box, and don’t necessarily have the support or the means to do so. I was blessed to have my father inspire me all of these years and if I can give someone the motivation and hope to follow their dreams and do what they love, I’ll believe that I’m doing my job to the best of my ability.”