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Thursday, June 27 • 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Governance

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Governance structures and processes are culturally still relatively new in India. While the corporate sector has built systems towards defining the role of the Board and other governance processes, such a discussion is only beginning to take shape for the citizen sector. In this session, we discuss its relevance and the strategic role it can play in fueling an organizations growth. 

 


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Aarti Madhusudan

Founder, Governance Counts
Aarti is the founder of Governance Counts, an initiative that helps strengthen the Boards of NGOs. She is an alumnus of Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai and the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore Aarti has worked both in India and abroad on the subject of good governance. Her clients have included ActionAid International, Sense International, the Resource Alliance, Magic Bus, Dignity Foundation, Dasra... Read More →

Ashoka Fellows
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Anshu Gupta

Founder, GOONJ - A Voice, An Effort
Anshu K. Gupta is facilitating an economic bridge between urban, wealthy India and impoverished, rural India by simply sharing the surplus of wealth. Anshu is establishing a culture of sustained donations in India by creating a mechanism for second-hand clothes and goods to pass from the wealthy to the poor.
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Shaheen Mistri

Akanksha
Shaheen Mistri is providing engaging supplemental education for poor children living in slums. By exposing them to schools, teachers, and educational resources generally available only to middle class Indian children, Shaheen is improving the children's job prospects and involving middle-class schools in combating high levels of illiteracy among the urban poor.
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Piyush Tewari

Founder, Save Life Foundation
Piyush Tewari is creating a volunteer-based citizen emergency response system to road accidents that is geared towards saving the lives of individuals. By creating an enabling legal environment, Piyush is breaking down citizens’ prejudices and apathy to enable them to proactively come forward to save the lives of victims and works with police and hospitals to form an effective “chain of survival.”


Thursday June 27, 2013 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Infosys Campus Pune