Ingrid Srinath is the Director of the Centre for Social Impact and Philanthropy at Ashoka University. She has been a passionate advocate for human rights, social justice and civil society for the past 19 years. A graduate of the Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata, Ingrid transitioned from her 12-year career in advertising to the nonprofit sector in 1998 with CRY (Child Rights and You), where she was CEO from 2004-08.
Bindi has previously worked with the Tata Trusts for Grant Relationships Management. Before that she was at the Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership as their program director for Technology. She holds a master’s degree in engineering from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Harvard Business School, with a focus in social enterprise and education. Her earlier experience is in the space of engineering and operations with ArcelorMittal.
Swati Shresth is an academic with teaching and research experience across diverse research institutions. She has been engaged with the social sector for the last 20 years and has extensive experience with organisations at grassroots and international levels. She has a Ph.D in History from Duke University and is interested in both academic and practice oriented research.
Gautam leads conferences and technology implementations at CSIP. He is an engineer by profession and an event enthusiast. Prior to CSIP, Gautam has worked as the Conference Manager for Ashoka University. Gautam has also worked with Oracle India, Xiaomi and Ice Cream Labs. He finished his B.E. from BMSCE and his PG Diploma in Liberal Studies from Ashoka University. Gautam’s hobbies include trekking and blogging.
Divya is a development professional with over six years of experience designing and conducting social research and policy advocacy. She previously worked with the Kantar Public (erstwhile IMRB International), conducting research for development partners such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, University of Pennsylvania, FHI 360, BBC Media Action, PSI India. She also worked with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in policy research and advocacy.
Pramit is a former Gandhi Fellow who has worked as a social impact consultant to multiple nonprofits, specifically in the areas of program development and strategic communications. He previously worked with Kaivalya Education Foundation as a fundraising associate. Pramit holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Symbiosis International University.
Aanchal is a former Gandhi Fellow and Young India Fellow (YIF) with over seven years of experience working in the social impact space. A diversity and inclusion enthusiast, she has worked on leadership capacity building with organisations like Dalmia Bharat Group, Creatnet Learning and Leadership, and Kaivalya Education Foundation. She is a bachelor’s degree holder in Economics from Delhi University. She has been recognized as ‘Young Changemaker’ by Ashoka Innovators for the Public. She ardently believes in the potential of emerging leaders and goes beyond her work hour with ‘Conscious Culture’, an initiative of making workplaces inclusive.
Over the past decade, Jophin has worked on multifaceted issues related to development and education on the field, program designing, and policy analysis as a third sector professional and by being an education entrepreneur. He is passionate about critically engaging with problems at the confluence of education, markets, and social change. Jophin holds an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from St. Xaviers College, Mumbai, and has an MSc in Public Policy from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He loves discussing books and music.
A communication for development professional, Juhi works to facilitate information access and feedback mechanisms for respective stakeholders according to their needs, through channels that are most convenient and efficient to them. She has a keen interest in the interplay of psychology, sociology, economics and geography and how that impacts individual behaviour. A journalist by training, Juhi branched out to the social impact space during her days at The Economic Times. She later worked with Save the Children, UNICEF and WaterAid.
Dr. Neha Nimble is an intersectional feminist and a social science researcher. She has previously worked with the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai where she also undertook her PhD. For her doctoral studies, she also studied a semester at the University of Tampere, Finland and was also awarded scholarships to attend short term PhD courses at the University of Bonn, Germany and LUCSUS, Lund University, Sweden. Before joining TISS, she did B.A. in English literature and M.A. and M.Phil. in Social Work from the University of Delhi.
Dr. Shaivya Verma is a social researcher with over three years of experience in social
science research including analyzing secondary and primary datasets, data management, and
quantitative and qualitative data analysis. She has worked in the fields of gender, migration
education in rural India, and skill development. Shaivya has handled projects related to smart
cities, violence against women, engendering school programs, and gender sensitization in rural
Kajal Chaudhari likes to strike a balance – be it between work and life or on a balance sheet. A
Post Graduate in commerce from Mumbai University, Kajal has previously worked with All India
Council for Professional Training and Research. She joins us in the capacity of Senior Executive.
Kajal likes to play badminton and meeting new people.
Khushboo holds a Diploma in Development Communication from AJK- MCRC, Jamia Millia Islamia and has over nine years of experience working with the non-profit sector. Before joining the Centre for Social Impact and Philanthropy, she worked with CRY – Child Rights and You, Agastya International Foundation and Seva Mandir.
In her free time, Khushboo enjoys painting and baking.
Rekha has worked in strategy, design, project implementation, and team management with organisations such as SEWA Bharat and the American India Foundation. She was a Teach For India, Delhi 2016 cohort fellow and has worked with rural women artisans, weavers, farmers, and social enterprises to support and generate their livelihood.