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Leadership and Board

Board of Directors

Chair of the Board

Board Members

Dilip Wagle

Dilip Wagle

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Dilip is a Senior Partner Emeritus at McKinsey & Company where he continues to serve as a Senior Advisor. Over his 25 years with McKinsey, he served technology, media & telecom (TMT) clients in the areas of strategy, sales & marketing and organization.

He has done work in several social impact areas including homelessness, food insecurity, and global health. Dilip is an adjunct faculty member at the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington, where each winter he teaches a 2nd year MBA class on "Developing Strategies for Social Impact".

He currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Overlake Hospital. Dilip is a board member at Partners in Health, a global health NGO and at Building Changes, an organization working to end homelessness in Washington State. Dilip has a B.Tech. in EE from IIT Bombay, an MS in EE from the Univ. of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA.

Arjun Malhotra

Arjun Malhotra

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Arjun is an Indian entrepreneur, industrialist and philanthropist. He is a pioneer of the Indian IT industry. He served as Chairman of Headstrong’s Board of Directors before its acquisition by Genpact in 2011. Prior to Headstrong he was Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of TechSpan, which merged with Headstrong in 2003.

 

He co-founded the HCL group in 1975, taking it from a six-person “garage operation” to one of India’s largest Information Technology corporations. Arjun is former Co-Chair of the Global Pan-IIT Alumni Association, and is on the Board of several educational institutions and organizations in India.

Jaideep Khanna

Jaideep Khanna

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Jaideep is the founder of a private family office that manages investments with a focus on technology, sustainability, and real estate. Previously he co-founded Artha Capital management, an emerging market fund in 2002. Prior to Artha, Jaideep was an executive director and money manager at Morgan Stanley Asset Management. He holds an MBA from Duke University and received a degree in accounting and economics from Muskingum University.

 

Jaideep is the co-founder of a private family foundation, providing grants to non-profit organizations focused on education, health, the environment, community, food, sustainable farming, and spirituality. He also serves on the National Board of Directors for Pratham USA and on the New York Regional Board of Room to Read.

Navneet Chugh

Navneet Chugh

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Navneet is Managing Partner of Chugh LLP founded in 1985. He is an Attorney and a CPA, holds an MBA from USC and is a graduate of Senior Executive Leadership Program from Harvard University. Chugh LLP provides full service legal and tax services with a staff of 575 employees, with 184 attorneys and CPAs in 15 offices over the world.

 

Navneet is the founder of the South Asian Bar Association of California (SABA), TiE Southern California, SABA North America, International Indian Bar Association, and the Indian Lawyers Association (ILA). He sits on the board of HAB Bank, Dhandho Holdings, Pratham USA, Sambhi Foundation, Foster India Foundation, and the newspaper India West. He has served on the boards of TiE Global, American India Foundation, 1947 Partition Archives and many other organizations.

Tathagata DasGupta

Tathagata Dasgupta

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Tathagata is the founder and president of 4D Path, a cloud-based platform business striving to meet the needs of pathologists, oncologists, and patients. It tries to enable near real-time and accurate diagnosis and prognosis of cancer. Tathagata is passionate about introducing disruptive scalable solutions in healthcare that can pinpoint risk at early stage and predict the most effective intervention. Prior to 4D Path, Tathagata was a founding team member in a hedge fund.
Tathagata holds a Mathematic
al Tripos degree and PhD in String Theory from the University of Cambridge, where he was a member of Trinity College as a Ramanujan Scholar. He earlier led various inter-disciplinary initiatives in clinical and biomedical sciences at Harvard University

Sapphira Goradia

Sapphira Goradia

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Sapphira Goradia is the Executive Director of the Vijay and Marie Goradia  Foundation. As Executive Director, Sapphira leads the Foundation’s efforts to  improve health and educational outcomes in India through the support of  innovative, measurable and scalable initiatives. Prior to assuming her role at The  Goradia Foundation, Sapphira worked for a number of NGOs focused on the  prevention and treatment of both acute and chronic diseases, including UNAIDS and  Population Services International. She holds a BA from Pomona College and a  Masters of Public Health from The George Washington University. Sapphira serves  on the advisory board of Pratham USA and the board of directors of the global  health NGO SightLife. She also serves on the board of directors of Dasra, Women  Moving Millions, and TPW.

Srividya Prakash

Srividya Prakash

Srividya Prakash

Vidya embodies a deep passion for public health with a focus on reproductive health, health systems and human resources. Previously, Vidya was a management consultant with McKinsey & Company, where she co-led the Global Public Health practice, and more recently, worked in in renewable energy with sPower-AES.


Vidya is an alumnus of the Indian School of Management, Ahmedabad and a business and economics major from the University of Bombay. She serves on the board of the Akanksha Education Fund and actively supports nonprofits addressing gender issues, domestic violence, homelessness and food security.

Ajay Dhankhar

Chief Executive Officer

Shannon Paz

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Shannon is the CEO of Antara International. She has spent her career in the global nonprofit sector, focused on fundraising, multi-faceted partnerships, and awareness-raising of the causes she has represented.

 

She has worked with an African organization providing healthcare to women and families across sub-Saharan Africa through community health workers. She has worked with a prominent international humanitarian aid and disaster response organization, operating extensively across 50 countries.

 

Shannon believes in the power of philanthropy and social responsibility to move the needle on the most pressing issues of our time, with health being central to all. Shannon is passionate about women’s rights, health, the environment, and community building. She holds a B.A. and M.A. in Political Science from Fordham University in the Bronx, New York. She is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.

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