Elisha believes that entrepreneurs have the ability, and hence the responsibility, to make the world a better place and she also believes that a way to do that is through technology. She is the Founder of TechLadies, a community-led initiative for women in Asia to connect, learn, and advance as programmers in the tech industry. Since launching in 2016, TechLadies is now a community of 2000 ladies, having taught 311 ladies in Singapore and Malaysia how to code and saw 7 ladies getting technical jobs. Elisha is currently also working at a large tech multinational company. She previously founded Learnemy - an online marketplace for in-person classes, which ended up as a startup failure. She has spoken about her startup failure at multiple events, including Slush Singapore, Google Women Techmakers and Pecha Kucha.