KeyQuest Health Employee Spotlight April 2021: Ruby Nanda

The KeyQuest Health Employee Spotlight is an ongoing series where we give you the opportunity to better get to know the incredible individuals that make-up KeyQuest Health. Each month we’ll highlight one team member with a fun, informative peek into their unique personality.

What is your role at KeyQuest Health?

Co-founder and Director

What do you think makes KeyQuest Health a great place to work?

Without a doubt, the people. A group of bright, driven and compassionate individuals working independently yet as a solid team to achieve KQH goals. Connecting with each another, sharing knowledge, ideas and whatever else is on our minds happens naturally. It is certainly a company where you can bring your whole self to work, which is immensely satisfying.

When you are not at work, what are some of your favorite things to do?

Fun and creative activities with my daughter, reading a wide range of literature, and more recently, taking long walks in (and photographing) London’s green, open spaces.  

What’s one fun fact about you that people may not know?

I used to play snooker and am apparently pretty good at it.

What is one thing that you cannot live without?

Rather boring answer but I’m afraid it would be my glasses!

What song or musician can always be found on your playlist? 

My playlists vary hugely – I’m not drawn to a particular genre. Anything from chilled lounge or classical music through to Prince when I’m feeling nostalgic.

What’s your favorite quote?

Shine like the whole universe is yours. – Rumi

What is your dream destination that you would like to visit?

The Galapagos Islands. Perhaps following Darwin’s voyage on HMS Beagle.

What one thing can instantly make your day better?

A walk by the river Thames or in Richmond Park.

Would you rather live without cheese or eggs?

Eggs – couldn’t possible give up cheese.

If you weren’t in market research, what would your ideal career be?

A natural world photographer – most likely inspired by growing up watching a lot of David Attenborough documentaries.

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