Ridhi Vohra

President

 

Before ISB, Ridhi worked as a development consultant in Sattva. Her work at Sattva inspired her and helped her understand how business acumen and strategic thinking can scale social impact beyond measure. She is looking to empower and enable individuals to find their own space in the impact ecosystem – be it as a professional, an advocate, a donor or an ally. In addition to this, she has also worked at a crowdfunding platform and volunteered as the regional fundraising manager with Make A Difference

Nikita Gupta

Vice President

 

After completing her Bachelors in Economics, Nikita joined the Young India Fellowship program at Ashoka University to explore her interest in liberal arts. As a Young India Fellow, she worked with Microsoft India to establish a smart village in the tribal village of Harisal in Maharashtra. Further exploring her interest in policy, she has also worked with Department of Monitoring and Evaluation Office, Niti Aayog on pro-bono basis. Post which she spent 2 years working as a business analyst to Chief Growth Officer at Genpact and worked on multiple strategic initiatives in the growth function

Mehak Jain

Alumni Relations Coordinator

 

Mehak’s fascination with the social sector began with volunteering with school kids during her undergraduate degree. It led her to realise the immense potential that each one of us has to make a difference, albeit small. Mehak is particularly interested in studying the impact  that resource-rich businesses can have on-ground. To this extent she launched the Social Impact Initiative while working at Invest India to streamline allocation of CSR funds to the most backward areas of the country. Prior to coming to ISB she has 4 years of work experience across two organisations, Citibank and Invest India. At ISB she hopes to develop a deeper understanding of the interplay between business and social impact

Nehal Shah

Careers Coordinator

 

Nehal believes that time has come when business and social sector are no longer viewed as completely opposite domains. Businesses need to become socially responsible and contribute to community goals while social sector needs to be efficient, collaborative and unorthodox in its approach to solving social problems .Prior to joining ISB, she worked with a monitoring and evaluation consultancy, supporting funding agencies such as BMGF, CHAI, MSD to assess impact of their development sector projects for 3 years. She has previously worked in research and management roles in a health research NGO and government respectively. She is an Ayurvedic doctor and has completed Master’s in Public Health from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. In her free time, she likes to travel, read, learn new languages and write

Bhavika Badlani

Events Coordinator

 

As an IT engineer, Bhavika kicked off her career with Barclays as an analyst. Post that, alongside working as an associate product manager at Vendekin, she worked part-time with The Apprentice Project, where she managed development and communications for the education-focused non-profit. Bhavika believes it is important to tie together business, technology and social impact to be able to bring about the change we all dream of.

Sakshi Vohra

ISB Impact Forum Lead Coordinator

 

Sakshi is passionate to understand how technology and data can transform the impact space. She has worked with a management consulting firm Boston Consulting Group in their data analytics team. She is looking forward to acquiring the business acumen necessary to drive social impact through different industries

 

Disha Srivastava

Learning and Development Coordinator

 

Disha is passionate about sustainability and the importance of creating holistic solutions that benefit the planet, people and also, generate profit. To that end, she worked with a waste management NGO and participated in beach clean-ups for over two years. Before ISB, Disha worked as a social media manager and editor

Jai Newar

Special Initiatives

 

Prior to ISB, Jai worked for about 2.5 years as a financial consultant with KPMG India in their Deal Advisory practice. With a sector focus on renewable energy, Jai has always shared a passion for sustainability. He co-founded his KPMG practice’s first ever employee driven pro-bono consulting program in the development sector. He also deeply resonates with education and equal opportunity, having been a consultant to CRY (Child Rights organisation). Outside of Linkedin, he enjoys football, is an adrenaline junky and has taken a new liking towards reading autobiographies

Isha Markna

Marketing & Communications Coordinator

 

Isha has completed her Masters in  Developmental Psychology and Bachelors in Behavioral Neuroscience. Her education has made her passionate about tackling social issues, and she holds a key interest in sustainable business models and creating shared value. She has been working in her family's paints and chemical business for the past two years. Isha looks forward to leveraging the knowledge of business and analytical thinking to employ a systematic humanistic approach to bringing about change