Sucheta Rawal moved from India to Atlanta in 1997, where she pursued a BBA and MS in Finance from Georgia State University and worked as an analyst for ING and a consultant for Gallup. She pursues her passion for food and travel as a cooking instructor and freelance writer. Sucheta also has a passion for seeing the world and has traveled to 37 countries and counting. She does restaurant reviews, teaches cooking classes and writes about her travel adventures. Her articles have been published in various magazines including Atlanta Business Chronicle, Atlanta Homes and Lifestyle, Cuisine Noir, Do It While You're Young, Flavors, Examiner, Impact Times, Patch, MixTup, Khabar, and Rivaaj. Sucheta is also actively involved in serving the community, locally and abroad. She has been involved with a number of organizations in Atlanta, including Community Consulting Teams, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Southern Center for International Studies and many more. She is on the Board of Directors for Refugee Family Services, a nonprofit that supports refugee women and children achieve self-sufficiency. Sucheta is a member of American Culinary Federation, International Association of Culinary Professionals and the Atlanta Press Club.