PREMIER PERK: Group for Parents of Tweens and Teens
Because parents of older children face different obstacles, the credit-ratings company’s employee-resource group for parents created smaller circles for various age groups. One Mom’s Story As mom to daughters Eesha,
14, and Sara, 10, Kruti Muni, an associate managing director in New York, leads this group and finds answers to her biggest questions. For instance, “I grew up in India, and I didn’t know what the college-application process involves,” she says. Parents research topics, such as bullying, introverted children and teen suicide, make presentations, and share their own experiences as well.