Assistant to Philip Ross
Krupa is assistant to Philip Ross, working across UnGroup and Cordless Group on projects and initiatives. She is especially interested in workplace innovation through a socio-political lens, specifically the impact of technology on human behaviour and investigating transformations in work culture.
Krupa holds a double major in Politics and History and a Commendation in the Graduate Diploma in Law. Prior to joining UnWork, Krupa spent a few years working in human rights and criminal law. She was awarded the Graham Turnbull Essay Prize, writing on the topic of privacy, surveillance and technology.
Krupa is a member of The Honourable Society of Middle Temple having been awarded a GDL scholarship as well as the prestigious Master Diplock Scholarship for her studies. Away from work Krupa is a keen seamstress and amateur documentary film-maker, who enjoys travelling.
What are 3 words to describe UnWork?
Innovative, Exciting, Bold
What drew you to UnWork originally? And how has UnWork changed since?
I came from a legal background and UnWork appeared to be diametrically opposed to some of my key frustrations about the legal industry. When I started looking to leave that career, I was looking for something fresh and exciting which was a world away from the stuffy traditions of the bar. Where law was traditional and stagnant, UnWork’s raison d'être was to challenge these conventions and consider new ways of doing old things. As such, when I first joined UnWork I found it to be wholly refreshing. In my time here, UnWork has continued to grow as a champion for much needed cultural, physical and technological change across a range of industries.
The Flatiron Building.
Most inspiring place you’ve been to?
The Pink City, Jaipur, India
“Not all those who wander are lost”
Tell us something about yourself that would surprise us. OR tell us three things that most people don’t know about you…
I once bruised 5 ribs doing the lift from Dirty Dancing. It was… not good.