Not only is Brinda a leader amongst her peers in the family law arena, she is a leader in her community at large. She was a past President for the non-profit organization South Asian Helpline and Referral Agency (S.A.H.A.R.A), working to provide services to victims of domestic violence. Brinda is also an Advisory Board Member for the organization Share a Smile, a non-profit which helps to provide opportunities for low-income communities in the field of education, healthcare and women empowerment.
She was awarded the N24 Excellence Honor for her distinguished service to the South Asian American and South Asian community as an activist.
Brinda has been recognized by political leaders. In fact, she was awarded Assembly District Woman of the Year by Assembly Woman Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens).
Brinda has been an attorney for over 13 years. Brinda received her LL.B. at the K.C. Law College, permanently affiliated with the University of Mumbai where she graduated in the top 10% of her class. Brinda also earned The Stanford LEAD: Personal Leadership Certificate, a year-long, 8-course program that develops principled and effective leaders who are compassionate, courageous, curious, and who exhibit humility.