Meghna Davé took a leap of faith, and the results have been fruitful. Davé graduated from the University of Georgia in 2009 and began consulting in New York. Though she enjoyed her job in the corporate world, she didn't feel completely fulfilled and decided to take time off. Her break led her to a backpacking trip in Asia, where she visited a small village in India. Because of her family's Indian background, she was vaguely familiar with a unique and natural method of dyeing fabrics that the artists of this village used. While staying in the village, she developed a relationship with a family of artisans and learned the craft. "I am a textile fiend, so I was in heaven," she says.