Bela smart dating academy
Her weekly column, “Balancing Act,” runs in the Tribune’s Sunday section.
Jenniffer Weigel has been a broadcast journalist in Chicago since 1995.
After she graduated in 1993, Gandhi worked in mergers and acquisitions for Arthur Andersen in Chicago for a year before joining her father's chemical and manufacturing company (CCC) as the vice president of housewares in 1994, where she divided her time between Chicago and Europe helping to expand the business.
When her father sold his business to Akzo Nobel Non-Stick Coatings in 2001, she was hired there to become a global vice president.
Bela Gandhi is the founder and president of the Smart Dating Academy, one of the nation's top date and relationship coaching firms.
"Every time I hear success stories of one of my clients, it's like an angel gets its wings."Born in Waukegan and raised in Glenview, Gandhi graduated from Glenbrook South High School in 1989 and then headed off to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to double major in banking/investments and German.You can swipe right and make a connection, but the woman is the one who has to make the first contact. Too suggestive/sexual in profile/email (almost any mentions of physicality could tell you he's looking for a hook up for than a relationship)2.And it only gives you 24 hours to reach out, if you don't - that connection disappears. Profile is written with very bad grammar - lots of run-on sentences, bad punctuation, spelling errors.According to their site, their clients work with them from 3 months up to a year.If you think that’s too long, you’ll need to step up your whole dating game if you’re looking for a relationship that’s in for the long haul.