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Shubhangi Jena

Shubhangi Jena is a creative writer for ACEE THE THIRD EYE. A scripturient at heart and a techie by choice, she revels in translating her musings and engagements with the world into a piece or blogs. If not prosing, one can find her catching up for the coding lessons she missed capturing any new ideas.

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