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Conference I IExhibition Awards
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27-28 September 2016 I M...
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Silver Partners
NGO Partners
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Media Partners
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NextGen
NextGen is India's leading technology based CSR Management Company working with more
than 100+ corporate and manag...
the task of planning, implementation and monitoring roadside plantations along one lakh km network of National
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effectiveness. Under its social sector practice, Tata Strategic has worked with a wide cross section of clients from
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help put an end to needless suffering and death from water related preventable diseases.
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Real Star Education
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GPS mobile app, telephone, SMS. Since 2010, iKOnet has surveyed all districts of India and other SAARC countries , many
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sustainable results. Millennium Alliance, Department of Science and many other industry experts have recognized the
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Inaugural Session with Launch of NGOBOX’s
India CSR Outlook Report 2016
Sh. Dadaji Bhuse (Guest of Honour)
Minister of Sta...
Paresh S. Parasnis
Head - Piramal Foundation
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Session I - Skilling India: Employability and Entrepreneurship through CSR
Mahesh Venkateswaran
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Sandeep Raj Sharma
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India CSR Summit and Exhibition, hosted by NGOBOX annually, is the biggest CSR event in India. The recent 2016 event was held in Mumbai, was attended by 850+organizations and 1250+ delegates. The summit brings together businesses, NGOs, consulting firms, government agencies and social enterprises.

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  1. 1. Conference I IExhibition Awards Associate Partner Strategic Partner Knowledge PartnerGold Partner 27-28 September 2016 I Mumbai Digital India Partner Education Partner Sustainibility PartnerSkilling India Partner Sustainable Environment and Inclusive Development
  2. 2. Awards Partner Evaluation Partner Silver Partners NGO Partners Event Partner Research Partner Media Partners 11www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  3. 3. NextGen NextGen is India's leading technology based CSR Management Company working with more than 100+ corporate and managing Rs. 1000 Cr. of CSR capital annually. NextGen is India's first and only VC funded company in this space. Previously incubate at IIM-Bangalore, NextGen's team comprises of alumni from IIMs, IITs, BITS Pilani, and INSEAD, amongst others. NextGen's first of its kind Technology Platform - p3, helps companies track, manage, monitor, and report their CSR projects effectively, ensuring maximum value for the end beneficiary, while providing transparency and last mile line of sight in real time. Compatible with all reporting frameworks, p3 is assisting a host of clients to effectively analyze and report CSR spending. NextGen works with companies across the lifecycle right from needs assessment, baselining, project design, identifying implementation partners, project management, monitoring, evaluation and reporting, and impact assessment, all of which is powered by p3. For more information, visit www.nextgenpms.com NGOBOX As a development sector platform NGOBOX has created a buzz by providing low cost solutions to organizations for their outreach-plan, recruitment, event-advertising, networking and campaigning. From job announcements to event planning, marketing to emailers, NGOBOX has been delivering services to a wide range of organizations. NGOBOX is the first development sector portal in India to reach 40 million marks (page-visit) in less than 50 months. Our client-list includes Tata Steel, NASSCOM Foundation, WHO-India, UNICEF, WWF-India, IIM-B, NMIMS, United Way of Mumbai, SPJIMR, SaveLIFE, AKRSP etc. NGOBOX.org was nominated for ‘the Website of the Year’ Award in the ‘Education and Public Domain’ category in 2013. NGOBOX is also the host of India’s biggest CSR event ‘India CSR Summit’. Our research work on CSR in India has been helping both companies and CSR implementing agencies to get insights of CSR developments in India. Our reports and database have been used by leading dailies and newspapers in India and abroad. For more information, visit www.ngobox.org Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India is a not-for-profit organization working to make giving more effective and NGOs more successful. Established in 1998, CAF India’s vision is to build a society motivated to give ever more effectively and help transform lives and communities. In order to achieve this vision, CAF India has been actively engaged with stakeholders across a broad spectrum of areas. CAF India has worked with over 50 companies and 50,000 individual donors, providing effective giving to more than 300 validated NGOs across 22 states in India. CAF India’s wide range of 'giving' solutions includes delivering on partners’ CSR commitments, grant management, CSR strategy development, program management, payroll giving, individual giving, capacity building, disaster support, employee engagement, volunteering and communication advocacy, tailored to meet the business objectives. CAF India has a proven track record of conducting due diligence of NGOs across India and helps establish trust amongst various NGOs which also facilitates increased engagement with the companies. For more details, visit www.cafindia.org National Green Highway Mission During 2015, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), Government of India realized the immediate need and importance of developing green corridor along NHs. Therefore, in September 2015, the MoRTH promulgated Green Highways (Plantations, Transplantations, Beautification and Maintenance) Policy – 2015 to develop green corridors along NHs for sustainable environment and inclusive growth. The policy envisions "development of eco-friendly National Highways with participation of communities, farmers, NGOs, private sector, institutions, government agencies and forest departments for economic growth and development in a sustainable manner.” National Green Highways Mission (NGHM) under National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has been entrusted with 2www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.orgwww.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  4. 4. the task of planning, implementation and monitoring roadside plantations along one lakh km network of National Highways. This will generate one lakh direct employment opportunity in plantations sector in next ten years. NGHM also plans to use / adopt innovative and best green highways technology practiced worldwide such as storm water management, use of green energies, irrigation techniques, etc For more information, visit http://nationalgreenhighways.org/ National Skill Development Corporation The National Skill Development Corporation, (NSDC) is a one of its kind, Public Private Partnership in India, under the Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship. It aims to promote skill development by catalyzing creation of large, quality, for-profit vocational institutions. NSDC provides funding to build scalable, for-profit vocational training initiatives. Its mandate is also to enable support systems such as quality assurance, information systems and train the trainer academies either directly or through partnerships. NSDC acts as a catalyst in skill development by providing funding to enterprises, companies and organisations that provide skill training. It will also develop appropriate models to enhance, support and coordinate private sector initiatives. The differentiated focus for the 21 sectors under NSDC’s purview and its understanding of their viability will make every sector attractive to private investment.For more information, visit www.nsdcindia.org Rise India Rise India has been playing the role of a catalyst in the nation’s growth story. We are contributing significantly in India’s development and extending the rewards of education, training and skill development to its people. We are dedicated towards our mission of creating and providing livelihoods to millions of unemployed youth in the country. We offer result-oriented solutions and services in the fields of education, skill development, training, employability and financial services through our portfolio companies. Rise India is being respected as a potential leader and the fastest growing education and training company. We believe that ‘Education’ and ‘Employability’ are the two strong pillars that will lead to India’s rise as a global economic superpower. Rise India offers state-of-the-art skill development centres (SDC) across 10 states catering to 10 different sectors including driving, textile, construction, IT, renewable energy, etc.. Some of the laurels awarded to Rise India are: Best Institute in Skill Development Programs - 2016 Best Institute in Women Skill Development – 2016, Best Institute – Innovation – 2016 Awarded the largest driving training project by MSDE – 2016. For more information, visit www.riseindiaglobal.com i-Transz eSolutions i-Transz eSolutions is one of the leading CSR consultancies, specializing entirely on Strategic CSR, Business Ethics, Sustainability and Stakeholder Engagement. We are committed to add value to the business of our clients by embedding the principles of corporate social responsibility into their core strategies, policies, programs and actions. we consult businesses as well as governmental and academic institutions or NGOs worldwide in matters of social responsibility. Our team is devoted to all those organizations who want to do the right things for the right reasons. I-Transz supports them to change into more powerful, accountable, engaged and profitable businesses. For more information visit www.icsrpro.com Tata Strategic Management Group Founded in 1991 as a division of Tata Industries Ltd, Tata Strategic Management Group is the largest Indian own management consulting firm. Tata Strategic has undertaken 1,000+ engagements, with over 300+ clients, across countries and sectors. Tata Strategic provides creative, implementable solutions to complex problems faced by CEOs. Tata Strategic address ‘top-of-mind’ needs of the client top management through a range of contemporary offerings including strategy formulation & strategy deployment. Tata Strategic also provides implementable solutions for process improvement, cost reduction, supply chain transformation, project delivery excellence and organizational 3www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  5. 5. effectiveness. Under its social sector practice, Tata Strategic has worked with a wide cross section of clients from corporate CSR teams to on-ground NGOs. Some of the illustrious clients include Tata Trusts, UNICEF, ACC, The World Bank, Safe Water Network, etc. TATA Strategic provides end to end support to social programs from strategy formulation to assessment & evaluation. For more information visit http://www.tsmg.com/ Google for Nonprofits In 2011, Google for Nonprofits was born to provide free tools to nonprofit organizations that allow them to work more quickly and efficiently, reach a wider audience, spur more supporters to take action, and tell their story in a more compelling way. G4NP empowers nonprofits to focus on the core mission, and on the people and causes they are committed to helping. The team works towards driving the adoption of Google tools (Apps, YouTube, Google Ad Grants, Geo & Mapping) by nonprofits across the world to increase the organizations’ mission capacity through free or highly-discounted access to these tools. Join this session to understand more about using these offerings to maximize the impact you can drive with your nonprofit organization. For more information visit https://www.google.com/nonprofits/ PNB Housing Finance Limited PNB Housing Finance Limited (PNB Housing) is a Housing Finance Company registered with the National Housing Bank (NHB). A subsidiary of one of India’s largest banks, Punjab National Bank, the Company commenced its operations in 1988. With over two decades of specialized experience in the sector, PNB Housing has built a robust network of branches spread across the country which help its customers avail financial services (loans and deposits) seamlessly. Growing together and responsibly is the motto of PNB Housing. The CSR policy of the Company aims to create social and environmental value, while supporting its business objectives and enhancing relationships with key stakeholders and customers. Keeping this as the primary objective, PNB Housing has executed a CSR strategy which upgrades the trade skills of construction workers through onsite trainings and nurtures the lives of their children by fulfilling their developmental and nourishment needs with community day care centres. Another key area where the Company is keen to make a difference is the education of the less privileged children and has been meticulously working in this direction. For more information visit http://www.pnbhousing.com/ Macmillan Education India Macmillan Education India, with over 120 years of experience in publishing, is a forerunner in content development and our textbooks are the first choice of over 15,000 institutions pan India, reaching over 10 million students every year. Macmillan Education, a company which follows the triple bottom line approach, has always recognised its responsibility to the local communities in which it works. Bhavishya, our Responsible Business Initiative aims to transform young people into educated, confident and responsible citizens, contributing to the social development landscape. Bhavishya is dedicated to nurturing the imagination and igniting the curiosity of learners, through access to well researched, age appropriate and enjoyable learning materials. Macmillan Education is itself made up of three different but important strands: Language Learning, Schools Curriculum and Higher Education. Macmillan Education, together with Palgrave Macmillan, Nature Publishing Group and Springer Science+Business Media, is a part of Springer Nature, a major new force in scientific, scholarly, professional and educational publishing. For more information, visit http://www.macmillanindia.com/ Water For People Water For People is a USA based non-profit organization, which supports people of developing countries improve their quality of life by promoting of locally sustainable drinking water sources, sanitation facilities and health and hygiene programs. The organization believes that access to safe water and adequate sanitation are basic human rights and can 4www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  6. 6. help put an end to needless suffering and death from water related preventable diseases. Water For People began working in India in 1996, with a small project in West Bengal to help eliminate naturally occurring arsenic in water supplies. In 2005, Water For People established a fully-fledged country programme with an office in Kolkata, and by the end of 2010 had programming in several districts in West Bengal. Water For People recently relocated its head office to Delhi, and expanded work to Sheohar district in the State of Bihar. For more information visit https://www.waterforpeople.org/ p3 (by NextGen) NextGen's first of its kind cloud and mobile based technology platform – p3 is named after the three pillars of organizational stability: People, Planet and Profit. With its various modules, p3 satisfies all the CSR requirements for any organization, of any size, industry and region. p3 help companies track, manage, monitor and report their CSR projects effectively, ensuring maximum value for the end beneficiary while providing transparency and last mile line of sight in real time. Compatible with all reporting frameworks, p3 is assisting a host of clients to effectively analyse and report CSR spending. NextGen works with companies across the lifecycle from right from needs assessment, baselining, project design, identifying implementation partners, project management, monitoring, evaluation and reporting, audit, impact assessment, grant management and employee volunteering. The p3 is incorporated with modules compliant with National and Global Standards such as CSR- Section 135, ISO 26000, GRI etc. It is easily customizable, scalable, easy to use and very accessible. The catalogue extends from p3 web providing monitoring, evaluation and reporting of data on the web, p3 mobile supporting real-time data feed, p3 voice delivering content and collect feedback from the last mile beneficiary. For more information, visit http://www.nextgenpms.com/website/p3.html SPJIMR As one of the Asia's finest business schools, and top 5 schools in India, SPJIMR has consistently built on its unique strength of imparting high quality management education through pedagogic innovations, encouraging business-academia interface and emphasizing on its twin objective of Influencing Practice and Promoting Value based growth. SPJIMR endeavors to take management knowledge to particularly socially under managed sectors. SPJIMR acknowledged the fact that there is a need for management programs that are contextual to the setting of social sector at the same time applying universal management principles for an effective social sector. Accordingly Centre for Education in Social Sector (CEdSS) has been set up to assist the development of social sector in India by enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of entities operating in this sector. The Centre’s scope of activities includes:Training And consulting for CSR teams and NGOs.Post Graduate Program in Development Management (PGP-DM): An executive development program for the working professionals of social sector to enhance managerial effectiveness. For more information,visit http://www.spjimr.org/pgp-dm/index.asp Mahiti Infotech Mahiti Infotech Pvt Ltd has built Information and Communication Technology Solutions for the developmental sector since 2001. We specialise in understanding the varied and unique challenges that developmental organisations face in designing, implementing and adopting technology at the grass-root level. We architect, design and build systems using mobile and IVRS platforms that seamlessly collect real-time data and provided analysis for programme monitoring and decision-making. Our IT solutions are built on various platforms, technologies and work with numerous languages for clients, globally. Mahiti nurtures long-term Technology Knowledge partnerships with organisations to helping evolve into the digital world while they scale services and programme impact. Our philosophy is simple and straight-forward: We create unique and compelling work. For more information, visit http://www.mahiti.org 5www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  7. 7. Real Star Education ‘Real Star Education’ is an innovative initiative of Indian Planetary Society (IPS), that specializes in designing and manufacturing unique educational exhibits, teaching aids and toys for the K-12 segment. IPS is a non-profit society headed by Dr. J.J. Rawal. He received his M.Phil. in Physical Sciences from Calcutta University (1975) and Ph.D. in Astrophysics from Univ. of Bombay (1992). He was a former Director for Astronomical Research, Nehru Planetarium, Mumbai. Among other awards he received the National Award for Popularization of Science and Technology in Education, Govt. of India (NCSTC/DST) in 1994. Indian Planetary Society is a Scientific and Industrial research organization awarded by Govt. of India in 2003. IPS is the recipient of the 2004 national award for ‘Best efforts in Science and Technology Popularization’ by Govt. of India as well as many other national and international awards. Real Star Education is an effort of IPS and Curion Education (manufacturing partner) towards creating a mass impact in education primarily through setting up science centers in as many schools as possible. We have already reached out to more than 20000 learners across Maharashtra & Gujarat. For more information visit www.realstareducation.org FUEL FUEL - Friends Union for Energizing Lives, a credible non-profit organization focused on connecting underprivileged students to education and career opportunities across 11 states in India for over 7 years now. Fuel has been successful in leveraging technological platforms to reaching out career counselling and personality development support to over 9,00,000 students across 3500+ schools in 11 states including North Eastern States.Fuel's core programs support students through their career goal cycles, supporting them at every stage in realizing their career dreams. FUEL has received the highly prestigious Ashoka Fellowship which is awarded to leading social entrepreneurs for their exemplary solutions to social issues. Fuel is also the winner of NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation India) ‘Skill Innovation Challenge’ 2014 award. Presently, FUEL is partnering with over 15 leadings banks / MNC’s and philanthropic and CSR foundations like HDFC Bank , Swades Foundation, Hero Moto Corp, BPCL, Castrol, Deshpande foundation, Bharat Petroleum, Eaton, Astarc to name a few on a Pan India basis. For more information visit http://www.studentsfuel.org/ Greenlight Planet Inc Greenlight Planet Inc Energy Everyone Can Afford Greenlight Planet, Inc. is a global leader in delivering honest, affordable energy to the world’s 2 billion under-electrified consumers. In the last 7 years we've delivered over 6 million+ solar-powered lights through social collaborations with large organizations across 40+ countries. Greenlight Planet was founded by T. Patrick Walsh, a University of Illinois student who spent part of 2005 working with the charity Engineers Without Borders in rural India. He saw that the residents, users of ubiquitous kerosene lamps, were not charity cases. Rather, they were savvy consumers demanding a better product. He designed and sold the first solar-lantern prototypes in 2006 in the state of Orissa: brighter and healthier than kerosene lamps, but affordable enough so people could purchase without subsidies. In 2007 Mayank Sekhsaria and Anish Thakkar joined Patrick as co-founders and three set out for India and China to make Greenlight Planet a reality with the vision that smart design, efficient engineering and innovative distribution strategies could make dirty kerosene lanterns a thing of the past. With over 500 employees today, each new team member provides a unique and innovative perspective, from new designs, to better training strategies, to more efficient logistical systems. We listen closely to our customers and to each other everyday to improve both our products and our service. For more information visit www.greenlightplanet.com iKOnet Research iKOnet’s district coordinators reaches over 50% districts in India every year! iKOnet brings chowkis to workstations; choupals to convention-centres, haats to malls, nearer, linking the rural and urban, fastest, using latest technology for voice, video data collection using web, 6www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  8. 8. GPS mobile app, telephone, SMS. Since 2010, iKOnet has surveyed all districts of India and other SAARC countries , many time over for Social and development research surveys covering - Water, Sanitation, Hygiene, Land-use, Environment, Agriculture, Forestry, Livelihood, Local Economy, Public Health, Nutrition, Education, Training, Housing, Infrastructure, Public Finance, Financial Inclusion, Equality & Human Rights. iKOnet collects opinions, views, messages live, face to face in their own dialect! Surveying the “seen”, “heard” and “said”, connects grassroots “unofficial minds” with the “official documents”, pushing the bottom of the pyramid closer to the top. It connects intelligences, the human and the artificial, digitally for UNICEF, DFID, World Bank, WHO, ILO, large corporate houses, municipalities, international NGOs, municipalities, gram panchayats! iKOnet, partner of a global network covering over 160 countries, with a reach of most Asian nations, provides - Syndicated survey –half-yearly surveys LIME – Project Monitoring Service –Skilled monitors with mobile hardware and App Mikronet - micro reports for program areas – secondary information, expert opinion, beneficiary survey A dynamic process MUST have real-time information "as it happens"! For more information, visit www.ikonetresearch.com Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural and man-made disasters and exclusion from healthcare in more than 65 countries. MSF offers assistance to people based on need and irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation. MSF has worked in India since 1999, providing free-of-charge essential healthcare to people in remote areas, and specialist care for people affected by HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, acute febrile illnesses, severe acute malnutrition, tuberculosis, kala azar and sexual and gender-based violence. We also respond to natural disasters and other emergencies, provide mental healthcare and advocate for the development of more effective and affordable medicines to improve access to treatment for people everywhere. We currently run projects in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Maharashtra, Manipur, Telangana and West Bengal. For more information, visit http://www.msfindia.in/ End AIDS India End AIDS India is a national non-profit campaign proudly undertaken by five trusted Indian NGOs that work collectively to accelerate the response to the HIV epidemic in our country. The campaign raises funding to PREVENT the spread of HIV, extend access to CARE by ensuring availability of health services for people living with HIV and EMPOWER those vulnerable and affected by the epidemic to live with dignity in an environment without stigma and discrimination. Hosted by India HIV/AIDS Alliance, the End AIDS India campaign raises funds to combat the spread and persistence of HIV in our country through interventions implemented by the campaign’s five NGO partners. End AIDS India is supporting programmes in 29 states and 3 union territories across the country. Over 12 lakh children and adults benefitted last year from our interventions for people living with HIV and affected communities. For more information, visit https://www.endaidsindia.org/ S M Sehgal Foundation With support from donors and partners, S M Sehgal Foundation designs and promotes rural development interventions that create opportunities, build resilience, and provide solutions to some of the most pressing challenges in India’s poorest communities. The foundation team works together with rural communities to create sustainable programs for managing water resources, increasing agricultural productivity, and strengthening rural governance. The team’s emphasis on gender equality and women’s empowerment is driven by the realization that human rights are central to developing every person’s potential. Grants and donations from the government and from local, regional, national, and international agencies, companies, universities, foundations, research institutions, and individual partners enable us to broaden our reach and strengthen our impact across rural India. As an emerging knowledge leader on rural development issues in India, the foundation team engages in participatory research, impact assessment, interactive dialogue, and community media to take informed actions and achieve 7www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  9. 9. sustainable results. Millennium Alliance, Department of Science and many other industry experts have recognized the quality of Sehgal Foundation programs. For more information, visit http://www.smsfoundation.org/ FXB India Suraksha FXB India Suraksha is providing integrated development assistance to disadvantaged children, women and communities in rural and urban India to reduce their vulnerabilities in respect of poverty, health, education and protection. FXBIS' vision is to see an India, in which children and women lead self-reliant and empowered lives, achieving their full potential in a healthy, poverty free and protective environment. Today, FXBIS works in different pockets across 14 Indian states and union territories and reaches out to over 3, 00,000 people through its community-based multi- sectoral programmes and interventions. For more information visit http://fxbsuraksha.in/ Room to Read Room to Read believes that World Change Starts with Educated Children.® We envision a world in which all children can pursue a quality education that enables them to reach their full potential and contribute to their community and the world. Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in Africa and Asia by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond. Our Results 10 MILLION CHILDREN have been provided better access to education through Room to Read since 2000. 10 MILLION BOOKS ARE CHECKED OUT BY CHILDREN on average each year from our 17,500 school libraries. MORE THAN 16 MILLION CHILDREN’S BOOKS have been distributed, including more than 1,100 original Room to Read titles, donated English- and local-language books. For more information visit http://www.roomtoread.org/ UN World Food Programme in India The World Food Programme (WFP) is the UN agency focused on hunger alleviation and food security. India is now a food surplus nation, with strong legislation and policy on ensuring food for all, and is home to the world’s largest food-based safety nets. However the paradox remains that whilst India is no longer food deficit, one in three of the world’s malnourished children lives in India. WFP’s vision of a world where hunger is no longer a reality would be unfeasible without considerable progress in India. In India, WFP is leading action on Sustainable Development Goal 2 (End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture) and moving towards the vision of achieving zero hunger in our lifetime. WFP’s current focus is to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of India’s food-based social safety nets. This involves innovative solution design, demonstration of impact through a pilot within existing systems, thorough analysis of feasibility and technical support for scale up. This scale up framework has been a result of a process where WFP has been required to develop the roadmap and support in taking an innovation from a pilot impacting a few thousand people to an entire state with a few million people. 8www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  10. 10. Inaugural Session with Launch of NGOBOX’s India CSR Outlook Report 2016 Sh. Dadaji Bhuse (Guest of Honour) Minister of State-Rural Development, Govt. of Maharashtra Sh. Dadaji Dagadu Bhuse is a member of the 13th Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. He represents the Malegaon Outer Assembly Constituency. He belongs to the Shiv Sena. It is Bhuse's third term as Member of Legislative Assembly. In December, 2014 he was appointed as the Minister of State for Co-operation. In December, 2014, he was made guardian minister of Dhule district. Brotin Banerjee MD & CEO, Tata Housing Development Co. Ltd Mr. Brotin Banerjee joined TATA Housing Development Company Ltd (a 99.86% subsidiary of Tata Sons) as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in 2006 and was designated as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the company in 2008, thus giving him the distinction of being one of the youngest MDs across the TATA Group. Mr. Banerjee has led Tata Housing’s journey from a loss making company to a profit making company that enjoys the unique position of having large in-city real estate properties in major metros and mini metros. Mr. Banerjee has always believed in staying ahead of the curve and has been conferred with CEO of the year award by NDTV Profit. He was also elected as a Professional Member of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2011 and is also an active member of CII & FICCI’s real estate committees. Jitender Kalra CEO, Reliance Foundation Jitender heads Reliance Foundation since January 2015.Jitender has nearly 23 years of rich experience in Development Sector & Indian Civil Services. He is a B.Tech (Mechanical) from NIT, Kurukshetra and an MBA (Finance) from IGNOU. Prior to joining Reliance Foundation, Jitender has worked with Dr. Reddy’s Foundation (DRF) where he was the Chief Executive Officer. At DRF, he was leading a team of 700 professionals engaged in livelihood promotion and poverty reduction. He has also worked previously with United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) as Program Head. He has also served in the Indian Civil Services for 10 years as an officer of the Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS). He has provided consultancy and training support to policy implementing personnel in Iran, Pakistan and Turin (ILO). Samir Somaiya Chairman and Managing Director, Godavari Biorefineries Limited Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Somaiya Vidyavihar and The Somaiya Trust Shri Samir Somaiya holds Master of Public Administration (2005) from Harvard University, and an MBA (1993), Master of Chemical Engineering (1992) and Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (1990) from Cornell University. Samir Somaiya is the Chairman and Managing Director of Godavari Bio refineries Limited and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Somaiya Vidyavihar and The Somaiya Trust. He was the President of the Indian Sugar Mills Association in 2009, and the Chairman-Western Region of the Indian Chemical Council in the years 2008-09. Furthermore he was a Committee Member of the Government of India - New Millennium Indian Technology Initiative for Polymers from Renewable Resources, and presently serves as a committee member of the Indian Sugar Export Corporation. He is a Visiting Instructor at the School of Chemical Engineering - Cornell University. He is also the Chairman of the Education Committee of the Indian Merchant’s Chamber for the year 2010-11. Member of the Committee for Education & Skill Development 2011-12 of Indian Merchants’ Chamber, Member of Agriculture & Food Processing Committee 2011-12 of Bombay Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Committee Member for CII National Committee on Sugar for the year 2011-12. 9www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  11. 11. Paresh S. Parasnis Head - Piramal Foundation Paresh is the Head of Piramal Foundation, one of India’s leading foundations committed to addressing social issues through high impact solutions, thought leadership and partnerships. Paresh joined Piramal Foundation in August 2012. He is also active on the board of trustees of Shoshit Seva Sangh (providing education to Musahar children in Bihar), Nadathur Trust (aiming to bring various stakeholders of social sector on one platform and contribute to the overall development of the social sector) and as an independent director of Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Co. Prior to joining the Foundation, he served as Executive Director & COO with HDFC Standard Life Insurance Limited. During his tenure with HDFC Standard Life (2000-2012) he was a Member of various Board Committees and Chair / Member of Management Committees. Paresh is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Richa Bajpai Co-founder and Director, NextGen Richa is the co-founder and Director of NextGen – India’s leading Sustainability & CSR Management Company, currently working with Fortune 500 clients in 22 different sectors. NextGen has developed - p3, a cloud- and mobile-based CSR and sustainability management platform that helps companies track, monitor, evaluate and report on their CSR and sustainability performance. It also has partners like United Nations Population Fund, UK Aid, USAID, World Bank amongst others. NextGen is in fact the first Venture Capitalist backed company in this Sector in India. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Engineering and has done her Entrepreneurship Management from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. She was also named in Forbes India 30 under 30 list for the year 2014 and was part of Elle 25 Game changers in 2012. Sangeeta Thakral Head - Communications and Marketing, Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India Sangeeta Thakral is a proficient and seasoned professional with over 14 years of experience in Marketing and Communications. She has delivered exemplary projects and assignments in her domain, which is branding, communication, digital media, campaigns and training delivery. She has extensive experience of working in a cross-cultural global environment and has worked for countries in the Middle East, Africa and Central Asia with credible organizations like British High Commission, IBM, GE, Fidelity, NIIT, etc. At present, Sangeeta is the Head of Communications and Marketing at Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India, which is part of Global Alliance of CAF organisations. She is a commerce graduate and holds a certificate in international communications from Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK. Bhomik Shah Founder & CEO, NGOBOX Bhomik is a CSR & Sustainability professional with over seven years of experience in handling CSR projects & partnerships, sustainable supply chain and sustainable forest management projects. His clients list includes three Fortune 500 companies and 25+ BSE-listed companies. He set up NGOBOX in 2012, as an independent knowledge resources and networking platform for nonprofits, companies and CSR Foundations. Within 4 years, NGOBOX is one of the biggest development and CSR research forums in South Asia. Before launching NGOBOX, he served as the Chief Executive with Partners in Change and Sr Programme Manager with WWF-India. He started his career as a TV journalist with ETV Group and worked with ZEE News for a short duration. He holds MBA in Environment Management from Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal. 10www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  12. 12. Session I - Skilling India: Employability and Entrepreneurship through CSR Mahesh Venkateswaran Principal - Industry Partnerships and STEPPP Program, National Skill Development Corporation Mahesh Venkateswaran is part of the executive team at the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), the PPP arm under the Government's Skill India mission. He leads industry partnerships to strengthen the ecosystem through greenfield/brownfield skilling centres across various sectors, and mobilize CSR and multi-lateral contributions to the National Skill Development Fund. He also setup and led the Innovation fund at NSDC, focused on early stage funding for entities addressing skill development challenges, until recently. Prior to joining NSDC, Mahesh led a 300+ strong team working on integrated rural development projects and led social enterprises primarily focused on employment, agriculture and dairy sectors based in Jharkhand. An electronics engineer from the 2001 batch of Vellore Institute of Technology, he has a master's degree from the US and worked in research and consulting till 2009. In his spare time, he is also actively involved with initiatives that address last mile access to basic services. Anshul Bhargava Chief People Officer, PNB Housing Finance Ltd Mr. Anshul Bhargava is a dynamic and result oriented HR professional with over 23 years of experience. He has excellent understanding and domain expertise in variety of spheres relating to human capital. He has keen interest in corporate social responsibility, mentoring and training, performance management and cadre building. He has designed and formulated the CSR policy of the Company. He has also executed a business aligned CSR strategy. Under his leadership the Company has received two prestigious awards for its contribution through CSR. Shrikant Savangikar Director - Business Excellence, Quality and Sustainability, SKF Ltd Shrikant is Director Business Excellence, Quality & Sustainability at SKF India and is responsible for implementing business excellence and sustainability in all parts of Business including TPM, Six Sigma, Quality assurance, Safety initiatives and Community Care initiatives by SKF in India. In his professional career of 35 years, apart from SKF , Shrikant has served various reputed organizations like Crompton Greaves, NRB bearing. In his long standing tenure 25 years in SKF, he has worked in various capacities in areas such as manufacturing like VP and Factory Manager of Pune Factory etc. Shrikant holds a B.E (Production) degree with distinction from V.J.T.I , Mumbai University along with a Post Graduate Diploma in Management. Ajay Chhangani Co-Founder & Group CEO, Rise India Ajay comes with strong experience in managing education businesses differently. Banking on his marketing intelligence, innovation and doing things differently, he has a lot of feathers in his cap. He has founded lot of brands and successfully launched various new products while serving companies like Datapro, NIIT, KarROX, RUMI and Usha Martin. Last 6 years he has been involved in M&A activities in education space and was a key founding member of RISE INDIA. Ajay has been on the forefront of Skill Development & Training Industry and has been instrumental in designing & implementing some path breaking initiatives in partnership with Industry in the areas of skilling unemployed youth in India. Ajay has been awarded the prestigious DNA Education Award for his outstanding contribution to Education Industry. Ajay has done MBA with dual specialization in Finance and Marketing from one of the oldest & premier Business Institute in India. Nonika Raj Kumar Head-CSR & Sustainability, Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance Company Ltd 11www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  13. 13. Nonika is a founder member and heads Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability for Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance Company. During her tenure she has looked after Corporate Communications and also led Research, Rural vertical, Internal Communications and CSR for the Company. In her current role, Nonika spearheads the CSR and sustainability programme of the Company with a focus on the environment, inclusive growth through education, vocational & skill training and cleanliness & sanitation. The Company has also won the “Most Socially Responsible Insurer” award at The Indian Insurance Awards 2015. She has worked with organizations like Amity, INTACH, Dr Reddy’s, Escorts Group and Max New York Life Insurance before joining Canara HSBC Oriental Bank of Commerce Life Insurance. She is a graduate in History from Hindu College, Delhi University and post graduate in Journalism, Mass Communications and PR and holds a PG Diploma in Instruction Design from Symbiosis. Sourabh Gupta Engagement Manager, Tata Strategic Management Group Sourabh is a socially motivated professional who is passionate about using digital/ technology to solve challenges related to social sector. He is currently heading social sector practice at Tata Strategic Management Group. He brings over 10 years of experience in Strategy, program design, new product development, and operations across various roles & organisations. As part of his current role, He has worked on wide range of assignments from varied thematic areas such as public health, skills, education and social protection. Akanksha Sharma Deputy General Manager- CSR & Sustainability, Jubilant FoodWorks Ltd Noted amongst '100 Most Impactful CSR Leaders Globally', rated by World CSR Congress, Ms. Akanksha Sharma, is a CSR Expert carrying extensive experience in advising Boards and Senior Management on CSR & Sustainability. She is currently leading CSR at Jubilant FoodWorks Ltd. and has worked with Vendata and UNICEF in the past. She has conceptualized and implemented various successful social programs on Poverty Alleviation through Skill Development, Women Empowerment, Nutrition, Education, Swachh Bharat and Disabled Inclusion along with strategic social programs with large fund base. She is also an active writer and speaker on various CSR and Social Development issues and has also been empanelled by IICA as National CSR Expert. Session II – Greening India's Highways for Sustainable Development and Inclusive Growth Dr. Ajoy Bhattacharya Mission Director, National Green Highways Mission (NGHM), NHAI Dr AK Bhattacharya is retired IFS officer of 1983 batch from Madhya Pradesh cadre. He has taken over as Mission Director for National Green Highways Mission (NGHM), National Highways Authority of India (NHAI), Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, GoI in December 2015. Dr. Bhattacharya has got distinctive recognition for mobilizing activities in areas of development, forestry and academics. Dr Bhattacharya is Doctorate (Ph.D.) and Post Doctorate in Ecology (Environmental Pollution). He holds 31 years of administrative and research experience. He has contributed more than 30 papers and articles on Environment and Forestry in national and international journals. Prior to NGHM, he served at various senior positions in MP Forest Department: • CEO, MP State Ecotourism Development Board • Executive Director, MP State Forest Development Corporation • Mission Director, MP State Bamboo Mission • CEO, MP State Bamboo Crafts Development Board In his leadership, MP Forest Department has set many benchmarks: establishment of India’s first Ecotourism Development 12www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  14. 14. Board, promotion of Public Private Partnership model and institutionalizing bamboo based entrepreneurship. Under NGHM assignment, he looks forward to the vision for contributing to the development of the nation through the Green Highways Projects, specially contributing towards India’s commitment in CoP 21 for creating an additional carbon sink of 12 lakh MT annually. Dr. Amarinder Kaur PCCF, Haryana Dr. Amarinder Kaur is an IFS officer of 1983 batch. She took over as Principal Chief Conservator of Forests, Haryana and Head of Forest Force on 1st November, 2015. She is first lady IFS officer to become head of Forest Force of a state. Dr. Kaur did her graduation and post graduation in Biology from Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. She has done her doctorate on assessing impact of forestry extension activities on rural women in Haryana from Forest Research Institute, Dehradun. She holds vast administrative and field experience in forestry and development. She also heads Women Empowerment Cell of Forest Department, first ever in the country. She has played crucial role in institutionalizing gender issues in forestry. In pursuance of her green efforts, Government of Haryana has signed an agreement with NHAI to green the National Highways of Haryana. Her mission is to improve lives of people and protection of natural resources. Induja Rai Advisor, National Green Highways Mission (NGHM), NHAI Ms Induja Rai is currently working as Advisor for National Green Highways Mission under National Highways Authority of India, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, GoI which aims to develop green corridor along national highwaysfor sustainable environment and inclusive growth. She is an MBA from Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopalwith over 12 years of experience in development sector. She is leading on Strategic Partnerships for NGHM with stakeholders especially donors. She is responsible for quality program management, impact assessment and developing PPP & CSR programs. Prior to NGHM, she has worked with Oxfam India for 9 years as Senior Program Manager – Partnerships & Program Management. She was responsible for overall programmanagement and managing partnership with Oxfam affiliates across the globe. Before Oxfam, shehas worked with INAFI-India, an internationalnetwork of microfinance practitioners. She has also worked asFreelance Consultanton microfinance, livelihood, gender, health and environment issues. Ms Rai has rich experience of working with national and international organizations on Program Management, Fundraising, Budgeting, Organizational Development, Strategy formulation and Donor Management. Srinath Komarina Group Executive Vice President- Responsible Banking, YES BANK Srinath spearheads Sustainable Development team at the Bank, driving sustainability principles within its core operations and its value chain towards creating stakeholder value. He focuses on creating long-term organisational value by revealing and strengthening business purpose and enhancing reputation. His work involves formulating a clear strategic direction, and enlisting board and executive support to build enterprise-wide ownership so that sustainability practices are embedded into everyday business activities. Being responsible for main streaming sustainability, his work also involves overall Sustainability Management, Climate Finance, Research, Sustainable and Socially Responsible Finance /Investing, Triple Bottom-line measurement & accounting and Strategic CSR. Building innovative models to engage with external and internal stakeholders and nurturing these relationships to create innovative, scalable and financially viable approaches towards Development and Public Policies for YES BANK is his key focus. Suneel Pandey Vice President-Plantation and Raw Material , ITC-PSPD Mr. Suneel Pandey, is presently Vice President-Plantation and Raw Material in ITC-PSPD, and leads a multi-disciplinary eam involved in Plantations, Social Forestry, Raw material Procurement, Sustainability 13www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  15. 15. and Bio-diversity Conservation. Mr. Pandey has done B.Tech. and M.Tech. from IIT Delhi and has served in Indian Forest Service (IFS) from 1990 to 2008. During his tenure in IFS, he has also served as Senior Forestry Specialist in the National Mission on Bamboo Applications (NMBA) of Government of India under the Ministry of Science and Technology. During his long career in Government and Private Sector, Mr. Pandey has successfully handled different business and development initiatives in the areas of Technology Development, Enabling Systems, Policy & Programme implementation, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and forest certification. Suresh Chauhan Fellow and Area Convener - Forestry and Biodiversity group of Water Resources and Forestry Division, TERI Mr. Chauhan has Master’s degree in Environmental Science and over sixteen years of work experience in the area of Environment and Forestry at progressively higher responsibility levels. Currently, he is Fellow and Area Convener of Forestry and Biodiversity group of Water Resources and Forestry Division in TERI, India’s leading research organisation and policy think tank on Climate Change, Energy and Sustainable Development. Mr. Chauhan has coordinated number of research studies on Forestry and Climate Change. Recently he has coordinated a study on preparedness of REDD+in India funded by Government of Norway and has successfully registered 10 A/R CDM projects with UNFCCC. These projects were prepared for Uttar Pradesh State Forest Department. He has vast experience on Biomass Assessment, Restoration and Rehabilitations, Forest Management and Watershed. He has published number of research articles and books; and coordinated various training programmes and workshops on Forestry and Climate Change. Session III - Addressing India’s [Mal]Nutrition Challenge through CSR Dr. Hameed Nuru Representative and Country Director , World Food Programme - India Dr. Hameed Nuru is the Representative and Country Director of the World Food Programme in India. He assumed his duties in July 2015. Prior to his current appointment, Dr. Nuru was with Global Alliance Livestock Veterinary Medicines (GALVmed) from 2009 - 2014. As the Senior Director Policy & External Affairs, he has vast experience in the areas of policy, advocacy, partnerships and communications. Overseeing a global portfolio as the spokesperson of GALVmed, he also managed the Africa and India offices. Dr. Nuru was responsible for driving the overall GALVmed strategy and positioning the organization globally. From 2006 – 2008, he worked with the African Union - Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources (IBAR) based out of Nairobi, Kenya. A veterinarian by training, he has also worked as the Principal Veterinary Officer for the Government of Botswana, Department of Veterinary Services, on livestock disease control. He however started his work life as a university academic in Africa and the U.K. Dr. Nuru is a citizen of Botswana, and has a passion for advocacy towards poverty alleviation and livelihood enhancement linked to food and nutritional security. Rishi Pathania Head CSR, UPL Rishi Pathania is working with UPL Limited (Earlier known as United Phosphorus Limited) as Head of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for UPL Group. He has around 17 years of rural development experience in different parts of country. Prior to joining UPL, he was in charge of CSR at Tata Chemicals, Mithapur, Dist Jamnagar. Earlier he was based in Tata Chemicals Limited, Babrala (UP) and was transferred to Mithapur to take higher responsibility. Rishi has worked with small NGO based at Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, and with a multinational NGO based at Ranchi, Jharkhand. He has focused mostly around improving livelihood in rural areas. His experience of working with NGO has given him an opportunity to understand the obstacles in rural development and was challenged to live and work in one of the most backward areas of country, often without proper amenities. 14www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  16. 16. Joanna Kane - Potaka Director- Strategic Marketing and Communication, ICRISAT Joanna began her career as an agricultural economist with the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics (BAE at the time) and later moved into market research in the agribusiness area of the Queensland Department of Primary Industries. Since then she has worked in a wide variety of other marketing-related areas including strategic marketing, communications, fundraising, knowledge management, and uptake of scientific research. Joanna has initiated a new concept that she is passionate about called Smart Food. The UN has identified the need for Sustainable Diets they define as “diets with low environmental impacts which contribute to food and nutrition security”. Smart Food is about identifying crops and foods that fit under the criteria - Good for You (highly nutritious), Good for the Planet (eg low water or carbon footprint) and Good for the Farmer (eg highly resilient climate smart crops). Joanna has worked for government, private industry (manufacturing and consulting) and with non profit organizations (including four CGIAR agricultural research centres). As part of this she has lived and worked in India, Sri Lanka, Italy, Malaysia, the Philippines and Australia and has 25 years professional experience. She has a Bachelor of Economics, Graduate Diploma of Management, Professional Post Graduate Diploma of Marketing and a Master of Science (Global Marketing) . Dr Suchitra Bajaj Sr. Program Manager – Preventive & Primary Healthcare, Biocon Foundation Dr Suchitra Bajaj is a Clinical Cardiologist and has worked as a Clinician in India and the United Kingdom. She shifted her focus to the social sector in 2011 as Senior Program Manager for Preventive & Primary Healthcare, Biocon Foundation. The programs developed and implemented by her include Cervical Cancer screening and treatment in Rural areas and urban slums, Mobile Early Detection and prevention of Oral cancer, Management of Under 5 Malnutrition , Screening and management Lifestyle Disease at the Primary healthcare level and Development of a comprehensive workflow and data management plan for Primary Healthcare. Vanesaa D'Souza CEO , SNEHA Vanessa D’Souza is CEO of SNEHA (Society for Nutrition Education and Health Action) since March 2013. She was earlier associated with SNEHA as a volunteer for two years, assisting with fundraising and building the Livelihood Generation program. Prior to that she worked with Citibank India for 21 years in various positions, her last role being, Director, Citigroup Private Bank. During her tenure with Citibank she worked across various divisions including Non-Resident Indian Business, Corporate Bank, Project Re-engineering and eventually with The Citigroup Private Bank. She won the coveted Citicorp Chairman’s Service Excellence Award in 1989 for exemplary performance. She has completed her BA in Economics honours and MBA with a specialization in Marketing Management. She also did a Management Executive Development Program at Stanford University, in July 2005, sponsored by Citibank. She successfully completed the Dasra Social Impact Leadership Program in March 2015. TK Jayarajan Manager Communication & Documentation, Avantha Foundation Jayarajan is soldier-turned-communication professional. He has been associated with Avantha Foundation since November 2015, and currently provides support to its communication, documentation and knowledge management initiatives. Early years of his professional career spanning nearly three decades were spent in the Indian Armed Forces, including a four year stint at the Indian Embassy in Germany with accredited responsibilities in France and The Netherlands. In 2004 he joined Pathfinder International, a U.S. Private Voluntary Organization, in India and managed health programs in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. At Pathfinder, he also led knowledge management activities of a US$ 15 million health program, working closely with vulnerable populations like sex workers, male homosexuals and transgenders. Jayarajan is an alumnus of Calicut University and holds qualifications in Logistics Management and Network Computing. He is a recipient of the Vijay Star medal for participation in the 1999 Kargil conflict. 15www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  17. 17. Dr. Rajesh Khanna Senior Technical Advisor- Health and Nutrition, Save The Children Dr. Rajesh Khanna is a medical doctor trained in Pediatrics and Public Health with nearly two decades of postgraduate experience as a clinician, programme manager, trainer, researcher and policy maker in the field of MNCH and Nutrition. He has worked with the Govt. and NGOs at both the national and community level in India, and also has rich international experience of working in UK in developing clinical and cost-effective guidelines for the NHS. His areas of interest include evidence generation through information management systems, implementation research and systematic reviews, and development of evidence-informed policies/programs. He joined Save the Children as the Technical Advisor (Newborn Health) in October 2012 and has recently taken the responsibility of leading the Health and Nutrition portfolio of Save the Children India as a Senior Technical Advisor. He is leading multiple projects on combating maternal and childhood malnutrition through practice and policy interventions. He has also contributed richly in the development of India’s Newborn Action Plan and the State of India’s Newborn report, along with policy and operational guidelines on a range of Health and Nutrition topics Masterclass-I: Google for Nonprofits Apoorva Sharma Google for Non-profits India Diplomat and Partnerships Manager, Google India Apoorva works with Google India as a partnerships manager for mobile apps. Her day job includes working with app developers to grow their business using monetization. She is also a part of the Google for Nonprofits India team, where she engages with nonprofits to help them succeed in their mission capacity, with tools that can help nonprofits find new donors and volunteers, work efficiently and drive supporters to take action. Prior to Google, Apoorva has had a stint at Deloitte Consulting and is a computer engineer with a master’s degree in Communications Management from MICA. An avid photographer and traveller, she hopes to publish her book on her travel conversations one day. Masterclass-II: Managing CSR Projects-Technology & Tools To Count On Abhishek Humbad Co-Founder and Director, NextGen Abhishek is the co-founder and Director of NextGen – India’s leading Sustainability & CSR Management Company, currently working with Fortune 500 clients in 22 different sectors. NextGen has developed - p3, a cloud- and mobile-based CSR and sustainability management platform that helps companies track, monitor, evaluate and report on their CSR and sustainability performance. NextGen also has partners like United Nations Population Fund, UK Aid, USAID, World Bank amongst others. NextGen is in fact the first Venture Capitalist backed company in this Sector in India. Abhishek holds a Bachelor Degree in Engineering from BITS Pilani and has done his MBA from Indian Institute of Management Bangalore. He was also named in Forbes India 30 under 30 list for the year 2014 and was part of BITSAA 30 under 30 in 2012. Session IV - Moving Beyond Numbers: Better Education for Better Citizenship Santosh Geddapu Head, Product & Strategy - Learning/Life skills, The/Nudge Foundation Santosh heads learning and life skills at The/Nudge Foundation, India’s fastest-growing non profit that exists to alleviate poverty, sustainably and scalably. He leads the cerebral engine, responsible for the 16www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  18. 18. research and development of the delivery model at all the Gurukuls (residential centres) being run by the foundation for at-risk youth. Having been closely involved since the foundation's inception, he is excited by the vision of building a world-class product organization in the development sector and bringing about sustainable change among the youth at large scale. Previously, he spent several years working in the education sector - working with Teach For India, where he taught children from disadvantaged backgrounds and led several large-scale community projects. He then set up the region’s Corporate relations and led Recruitment and Marketing for 2 years. He had also cofounded a startup in the technology space that merged with Reverie Technologies, prior to joining The/Nudge. Santosh completed his bachelor’s in Informations Systems from BITS, Pilani, Rajasthan. Darshan Mundada Head-CSR, Sterlite Technologies Darshan is Head-CSR at Sterlite Technologies Ltd. He is a Social entrepreneur and peace builder with 15 years of experience in designing and implementing, self-sustainable social impact programs, independently or in collaboration with large corporations, governments, universities and international agencies. He has worked with a range of organizations at regional, national and international levels in advisory, non-profit and policy institutions. Kumar Anurag Pratap CSR Leader, Capegemini Kumar Anurag Pratap currently leads the corporate responsibility portfolio for the global IT major Capgemini in India. Anurag brings with him more than 18 years of diversified experience in CSR, Community Development, Project Management / Implementation, Capacity Planning, and Resource Management. Started with social research space, he has worked with grass root agencies, Donor agencies, UN Agency and Corporate and has made significant contributions to social responsibility strategies and program portfolios. His core competency lies in long term strategic planning and vision building among diverse stakeholder groups. He specializes in leading organisation towards change and transition management in social development space. Anurag holds a Master's degree in Rural Development post which he completed his Diploma in Development Leadership from Coady International Institute. Radhika Kalia Associate Director-Corporate Affairs & CSR, Panasonic India Radhika Kalia is currently the Associate Director of Corporate Affairs & CSR at Panasonic India. With over two decades of professional experience, she has enriched Panasonic India with her diverse exposure to the entire spectrum of activities involved in Corporate Affairs, Sustainability, Strategic Business Planning, Sales & Marketing & Brand Management. In her current role, she is responsible for spearheading crisis communications, leading public advocacy, external and corporate affairs, developing holistic & effective PR strategies and 'End to End' management of media. With twenty years of diverse work experience, she has had associations with brands like Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd, Haier Appliances, I-Mate, EXL Services Ltd, HT Media Ltd before Panasonic India. Vandana Juneja VP Marketing and Language Learning, Macmillan Education Vandana Juneja heads Marketing in Macmillan since March 2012. She carries a decade of invaluable teaching experience in schools and has used innovative marketing to bring top of mind recall to Macmillan products. Prior to her stint in St Columba’s School, she has 8 years of B2B sales and product marketing experience in the IT industry with PCL. She is uniquely qualified with Bachelors in Education and a Masters in Marketing. 17www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  19. 19. Sandeep Raj Sharma CEO, Real Star Education (An Initiative by Indian Planetary Society) Sandeep completed his Mechanical Engineering from the prestigious K.J.S.C.O.E., Mumbai Univ. in 2006 and joined a venture by IITians. There after he has ventured into multiple startups in the education space. He is dedicated towards providing effective quality products to students and teachers all over India. He is a real life ‘Phungsuk Wangdu’ that inspires teachers and students every day. He aims to create a generation full of think tanks & not data banks! Prof. Partha Sarathy Director, itransz e Solution Pvt. Ltd. Prof. Sarathy have over 30 years blend of Professional , Consulting , Academic and Advisory experience. He is a Fellow Member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He holds MBA degree and is awaiting Ph.D in Corporate Governance. His has immense experience in working with non-profit organizations and advising them on various corporate governance issues. Session V- Empowering women through CSR - Building Better India Prof Rukaiya Joshi Professor, SPJIMR Professor -Leadership and Social Sector Management - SP Jain Institute of Management and Research Prof Rukaiya Joshi is currently a chairperson at Abhudaya, & Centre for Education in Social Sector, and also working as Professor in Leadership and Social Sector Management at SP Jain Institute of Management and Research. She was the Head of Commerce Dept at D.G Ruparel College from 1981-2006 and also Member of Board of Studies in Commerce, University of Mumbai. She is a renowned trustee of Sahaj NGO, member of Ethics committee at MLDC trust and also headed the Aditi Puri Chartiable Trust in Health and Education sector. Further she has also made presentation in ‘Futuristic pedagogy in Management Education’ at GMAC global conference at Baltimore, USA. Anupam Nidhi Head-Group CSR - Reliance Group of Companies Anupam Nidhi is the Head of Group Corporate Social Responsibility at Reliance Group. She has been instrumental in managing the CSR operations across all the Group companies for past 8 years. Her involvement spans across large businesses like Reliance Power, Reliance Infrastructure, Reliance Communications, Reliance Capital, Big Entertainment, Reliance Health and its Subsidiaries. Currently, based in Mumbai she has over fifteen years of experience in both the corporate and development sectors with roles spanning from advisory, strategic planning to execution. She has spearheaded a large number of multi-dimensional projects across India in both commercial and purely development domains - including in Micro Finance, Project Management, Crisis Management, Employability, Entrepreneurship Development and Environment. Having worked with development sector organizations like Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) and LEAD-India, she has accumulated the grass-root experience which enables her to stay rooted to the brazen realities while strategizing and planning programs in her current position. She has also been assessing corporations on Sustainability excellence for over 7 years and has been recognized as one of the Most Impactful CSR Leaders both at the national as well as global level. A Postgraduate in Management and a Masters in Labour Law, she has done her Honour’s degree in Agriculture. Dr. Sarika Kulkarni CEO, IIFL Foundation Sarika has a PhD in Management and was a faculty with prestigious business schools such as SPJIMR 18www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  20. 20. & JBIMS before quitting in 2001 to start her own ITES company. Her company had clients from US, UK and Australia and soon became one of the leading companies in the transcription space. She sold the business in 2011 when she had over 500 people working for her. Her company was also known for employing rural school drop outs who had to be rigorously trained to work for foreign clients. In 2011 she made her foray in the development sector by becoming a Trustee on Raah Foundation a leading NGO working with the Tribals of Maharashtra. Under her leadership Raah Foundation started an allied social business Raah Impact Ventures to sell products made by the Tribals trained by Raah Foundation. She joined IIFL to start their CSR activities in 2013. As a CEO of IIFL Foundation, the CSR arm of IIFL group of companies, she has been the main architect of all CSR initiatives of IIFL. IIFL’s CSR program has won several awards including the prestigious BSE award, Bureaucracy Today Award etc. She was also adjudged the most impactful CSR leader by World CSR council earlier this year. Navdeep Singh Mehram Head Sustainability, United Spirits- A Diageo Group Company Navdeep Singh Mehram is working as Head Sustainability with United Spirits- A Diageo Group Company, based out of Mumbai. He has more than 17 years of successful professional experience in the Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability functions. He is a Science graduate with MBA in International Business & HR and currently pursuing PhD in Strategic CSR from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun. He is a certified social auditor from Social Accountability International, USA having in depth understanding of social compliance issues & challenges across value chains especially in the manufacturing sector. He has previously worked with Essar Group Foundation as Head CSR & Public Policy. Prior to that, he has worked with British High Commission as Associate Director and as National Expert-CSR with UNIDO. Prerna Mukharya Founder, Outline India Prerna Mukharya is the Founder of Outline India, a social enterprise on a mission to empower stakeholders to make data driven decisions. It does so, by working at the ground level - a key element, while focusing on high quality data collection. Their work is at confluence of tech, human capital and streamlined processes to optimize on time and resources. About 4 years into their work which comprises of 21 states, 1400+ villages, 77000+ interactions - with a direct reach of 318,000+ and a magnified indirect reach of 10x, Outline India is now looking to scale up its impact and build a knowledge sharing data platform. Among other endeavours to incorporate technology in a big way in the social sector, Outline India is currently piloting the usage of UAVs (drones) for development sector research to improve our understanding of access, by studying spatial distribution, topography and how that correlates with socio-economics. Anjali Makhija Director, Strengthening Village Level Institutions, S M Sehgal Foundation Anjali Makhija, Director, Strengthening Village Level Institutions at Sehgal Foundation holds a master’s degree in social work from Delhi School of Social Work and a bachelors in Economics (Hons), both from Delhi University. She has over 23 years of work experience working on governance and women’s issues. She has worked in building capacities on themes related to education and reproductive and child health. She has also worked intensively with Panchayati Raj Institutions and forming women collectives of elected women representatives. She is a member of anti –sexual harassment committees of Mosaic India Ltd and Marks and Spencer; and a member of advisory committee of University Outreach Program of Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak. She is also a former Chairperson of Gender Committee at Sehgal Foundation. She has previously served as a member of subcommittee on training for Global Compact Network and was nominated by National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) in 2014 to be a member of working group to review position paper on “work and vocational education”. 19www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  21. 21. Session VI-Leveraging Technology for Last Mile Healthcare Delivery Archana Sahay Manager - Government Affairs and Community Relations India, Cisco Archana leads the community relations for Cisco in India. Prior to working with Cisco she had stint at Vodafone and lead the CSR for SAP in India for almost 7 years. She has worked at leading International NGOs in India, like CARE and Action Aid. She has done her Mphil. and Masters from JNU, Delhi and graduation from Miranda House, Delhi University. She was awarded Group Study Exchange fellowship by Rotary International to UK in 2012. She is in the steering committee ‘Business Responsibility Forum’ of NASSCOM Foundation, Bangalore chapter. Cisco recently won The Best CSR practice in the IT Industry and Best Community Development at the World CSR Day at Singapore. Soumitro Ghosh CEO, WISH Foundation Soumitro Ghosh has 33 years’ experience in strategic marketing, social marketing, program management, marketing research, strategy planning and behavior change communications with for-profit and non-profit multinationals. He has held various senior management and leadership positions in Futures Group, MSI, PSI, Coke, ITC, JWT, McCann Erickson. An ardent promoter of innovations and public private partnership in healthcare, Soumitro has 17 years of experience in not for profit sector as Global Head, Country Director, Senior Technical Advisor for a number of health programs funded by large bilateral, in South Asia and Africa. He has worked extensively in South Asia, Pacific Asia, Africa and Latin America on sexual and reproductive health, maternal and child health, child survival and malaria prevention. Known for his expertise in making start-ups successful, Soumitro founded WISH Foundation, a not for profit, to support innovations in healthcare with an aim of building an equitable healthcare system, making quality healthcare accessible to the underserved population in remote rural areas of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha; urban slums of Delhi NCR and Haryana; tea estates of Upper Assam and North Bengal. WISH plays a facilitative role in healthcare ecosystem to ensure need based, high potential innovations and enterprises are identified, supported and scaled up within service delivery system in partnership with the state governments as well as private sector healthcare providers to establish a sustainable healthcare innovation ecosystem. By 2020, WISH aims to scale up 20 promising healthcare innovations to reach 10 million underserved people. Dr. Sameer Kumta Sr. Program Officer - HIV and TB, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Dr. Sameer is a Senior Program Officer at the India Country Office of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation working on HIV and TB. Over the past 8 years, he has focused on prevention implementation as a part of Avahan, an HIV prevention program among key populations in 6 high prevalence states in India. His work involved ensuring scale and coverage of bio-behavioral interventions to key populations via foundation supported grantees and eventually a phase wise structured transition to the Government of India (GoI). His work in TB is focused on newer implementation approaches to contract private sector in Mumbai to reduce TB incidence through early diagnosis and treatment. Prior to joining the foundation, Sameer worked with Clinton Health Access Initiative to support the National HIV programme to scale up pediatric HIV treatment in public health care settings, incorporating newer diagnostics technologies and laboratory strengthening. Sameer received his Master’s in Public Health from Brown University, and M.D in Microbiology from Lokmanya Tilak Medical College, Mumbai. He has several publications to his credit Dr Anupama Shetty Medical Administrator-eHC India program, Narayana Health Dr Anupama Shetty is the medical administrator for CSR programs at Narayana Health since 2015. She has been closely involved in several programs with focus on health, education and vocational training. Given Narayana Health’s emphasis on technology in aiding healthcare, CSR telemedicine programs have envisioned the delivery of technology enabled, primary and secondary healthcare to people living in resource deprived 20www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  22. 22. locations of India. Prior to this, as a PhD student in Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), her work revolved around strategic change in healthcare organizations, accreditation, and safety culture with a focus on complex adaptive systems. She was granted an Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) fellowship in the course of her PhD. She is a post graduate in Hospital administration from TISS and graduated in Medicine from Mysore University in 1995. Dr. Kalpana Apte Secretary General, FPA India Dr. Kalpana Apte is medical doctor with a PG Diploma in Hospital Management from University of Mumbai and Diploma in Executive Education, Harvard Kennedy, Government School and Boston, USA. She has recently taken over as Secretary General of FPA India. She has worked for over 25 years in various positions in FPA India ranging from providing SRH FP services as a Junior Medical Officer in a FP clinic to now heading the Association. Her experience includes planning sexual and reproductive health related services, monitoring quality of services, training various cadres of health care providers in sexual and reproductive health and related issues and programme implementation. Mihir Shah Founder & CEO, UE Lifesciences Mihir Shah is a med-tech entrepreneur driven by high impact innovation. He is passionate to help address health disparities affecting billions of people in the developing world. With more than 12 years of dedicated experience in bringing innovative science from the academia to clinics in the form of mobile health technologies, Mihir strongly believes in frugal innovation for the many. In 2009, he founded UE Lifesciences (UELS) in Philadelphia to lead the effort in bringing early detection of breast cancer to geographies where incidence of breast cancer is rising and where western model of screening is unadaptable. Computer Engineer by training and a socially-motivated entrepreneur by profession, Mihir is leading a multidisciplinary team of scientists, clinicians, engineers and entrepreneurs. Under Mihir's leadership, a handful of innovations have reached the clinic. UE LifeSciences' first product, NoTouch BreastScan received US FDA clearance and CE mark as a touch-less and radiation-free imaging device for breast cancer detection. It is now commercialized in more than 7 countries. Dhilly Babu Founder & Director, YOLO Health Dhilly is an entrepreneur and founding director at YOLO Health, a niche digital health venture building Health ATM's - intelligent health kiosks for delivering affordable healthcare. Dhilly has previously founded an analytics company, Beans & Intellect Financial Technologies, which was acquired by Miles Software in the year 2014. Dhilly has completed his graduation from IIT Bombay. YOLO Health is a consumer driven digital health venture started with an objective to make healthcare more accessible, affordable and convenient. YOLO’s flagship Health ATM represents the first true integration of tele-health and personal healthcare. We want to make healthcare smarter, simpler, and within everyone’s access. Vijay Rasquinha Director-Business Enablement, Mahiti Infotech Vijay is the CTO and Director of Mahiti. Mahiti Infotech Pvt. Ltd. Has been providing IT services for the social sector for the last 13 years. Mahiti has been providing technology which helps in establishing baseline data enabling programme objectives to be monitored and impact assessed. Technology Solutions provided by Mahiti have helped enhance programme efficiency and generated impact reports. Mahiti works with unilateral and multilateral agencies, foundations and corporate as a technology knowledge partner. Vijay has conceptualised products for Mahiti like FeedIn and OurCrop which are being extensively used in South America, Africa and India. He graduated in Electronics, began a start-up which merged with Mahiti in 2007 to become the Chief Technology Officer. He has worked closely with the banking sector in core banking, loyalty management and redemption platforms. His strong foundation in technology gives Mahiti ground to innovate and explore new ideas and 21www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  23. 23. concepts. Sivaram Bandhakavi President, IKP Trust Sivaram is President of IKP Trust and also leads IKP’s healthcare efforts through IKP Centre for Technologies in Public Health and SughaVazhvu Healthcare. He has more than 16 years of prior program design, management and consulting experience in public and private sectors, working in India & the USA. Before joining IKP Trust, Sivaram was Director at Cambridge Policy Research, where he conceptualized and designed large-scale transformation programs in the public sector. Before that, he worked for several years in the information technology sector. Sivaram has a Master in Public Administration from Harvard Kennedy School, MBA from IIM Lucknow and B. Tech. from IIT Madras. Session VII - Sustainable Sanitation Solutions for Swachh and Swasth Bharat Praveen Aggarwal CSR Leader and Board Member, Various Nonprofits Praveen Aggarwal has experience of over 30 years in managing overall businesses, corporate & public affairs, corporate social responsibility in leading MNC and Indian companies and foundation across India and South West Asia. He has worked in leadership positions in several organizations including Swades Foundation, Coca-Cola India and South West Asia, Jain Satellite Television and MGF Group Between 2002- early 2012 led CSR/ Sustainability and Corporate Affairs for Coca-Cola India and SWA with increasing responsibilities. From June 2012 till May 2016 led Swades Foundation as its Head & COO and transformed Swades into one of the largest and most upcoming NGO, creating a unique model of Rural Development covering over 2100 villages through a team of over 350 fulltime professionals. Praveen has been part of various prestigious forums and committees with CII, FICCI, AMCHAM etc during his entire tenure. Currently Praveen is serving on the Advisory Boards of NGOs- READ India, FUEL and FORCE while continuing as Advisor to Trustees at Swades Foundation Mayank Gandhi Social Activist and Founder, Fulora Foundation Mayank Gandhi is an award winner activist. His NGO Fulora foundation was acclaimed for their efforts in reaching out with 1.5 cr litres of water to drought-stricken Maharashtra. Mayank has taken forward this water initiative to adopt 15 villages in Parli tehsil, of Beed district. He is implementing the government's mission of "Adarsh gram yojana". He believes that for rejuvenation of rural economy, the fountainhead is water. Under the aegis of project "Global Parli" reviving dry rivers is one of the most crucial plan. Thus, rainwater harvesting, bore well recharging, broadening and deepening of rivers, nallahs and ponds, creating deep continuous contour trenches, check dams and similar works for water conservation and water management is a focus area of Global Parli. Health being another major issue, health check-up camps is being held in project Global Parli. TATA AIG is stepping forward to provide mobile medical centres. Arnab Ghosh Head-Sustainability, Tata Chemicals Arnab started his career in the remote villages of Chitradurga & Bellary in Karnataka in 2004, after interning in Physical Medicine from St. John’s Medical College, Bengaluru. He has been engaged in all spheres of Sustainable Development & Community engagement apart from Clinical Healthcare. He was part of the Centre for Good Governance in IL&FS ETS, where he worked closely with Dept. of Rural Development, Government of Bihar and Department of Rural Development, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. Presently in Tata Chemicals Limited, he heads Sustainability at Mithapur (Devbhumi Dwarka, Gujarat) location. His present engagement includes i) 22www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  24. 24. managing the Community Development (CSR) Department which has two core areas Community Development including participatory engagement through Tata Chemicals Society for Rural Development and Biodiversity & Marine Conservation ii) facilitating Sustainability aspects – specifically Social & Environmental Sustainability apart from Disaster Mitigation at the site level. Manoj Aggarwal Head (CSR) Business development and Public Affairs, Cairn India Ltd Manoj has 30 years of experience in the industry in India and he has been with Cairn India Limited since 2014. He is currently Head Business development and Public Affairs; responsible for multifaceted coordination and service operations at the prolific Rajasthan oilfields of the company, conceptualizing, planning, implementing and monitoring CSR activities; strategic relationship building; policy advocacy at various industry associations, State Government of Rajasthan and Gujarat; Government of India as well as community elders and other members of civic society in our operational areas.Mr Manoj also spearheads the operational facilitation and regulatory compliance management of core operations in our Oil and Gas exploration and projection activities on one hand and supporting key initiatives such as new business development, land management and major CSR initiatives on the other, including leading the project to establish over 330 safe drinking water units in Rajasthan, India-an initiative which is the largest of its kind in the CSR domain. Manoj holds a Bachelors’ Degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA in Management Control Systems from IIM Lucknow. He also holds a Degree of Masters in Administration & Public Management from University of Paris – Pantheon Sorbonne. He has also been trained at French National Academy of Administration, Paris and Academy of International Law, Hague. Rajeev Kher Founder & Director, Saraplast Rajeev, a post–Graduate in Management Studies from Symbiosis Pune, founded 3S Shramik in 1999, and revolutionised the social business model in the portable sanitation and liquid waste management industry in India. Backed by Avishkaar - India’s premiere social impact venture capital fund, and ResponAbility - the world’s largest impact fund, 3S also implements the DRDO bio digester treatment systems for urban, rural and transient populations in India. The Chairman of Portable Sanitation India, Winner of the first ever India Positive award, one of the 50 most Impactful Social Innovators during World CSR Day, 2016, his work has also been recognized by ex-President Clinton. Numerous Global NGO’s and institutions collaborate with Rajeev on BOP models and pilots in sanitation innovation. A member of the business delegation to Africa with the Prime Minster of India, he has also assisted Dr. R A Mashelkar in making the policies and standards for sanitation. Gokul Venkataraman Business Development Leader, Owens Corning India, Mumbai. A professional and seasoned business leader working currently with American Fortune 500 organization Owens Corning. By qualification, a Chemical Technologist with Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management. Mr. Gokul has around 14 years Techno-commercial B2B experience across varied Industrial Segments - Thermoplastics, Polymers & Composites, Coatings, Specialty Chemicals, and Lubricants & Sealants. He is a Proficient in Sales Management, New Business Development & Strategic Marketing. Session VIII- CSR Partnerships with NGOs Experiences, Learning and Future Pratyush Kumar Panda Head CSR, ACC Ltd Pratyush is a CSR & Sustainability professional with 19 years of experience out of which most of his time he has worked for CARE and ACC Limited (The leading Cement Company in India). He has done MBA 23www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  25. 25. (Rural Management) from XIM, Bhubaneswar and Masters of Sociology from S. V. University. He is also an Aspire Circle Fellow. Presently he is serving as Corporate Head CSR at ACC Limited, Mumbai and serving a million lives every year through 32 NGO partners, 07 corporate and personal voluntary services. In addition he is a member of CII National Committee on Education, CII National Committee on Public Health and CSR. He is also a proactive volunteer of Global Compact Network of India. Pratyush is very innovative and passionately working on CSR online Monitoring & Impact Evaluation Tools, Anti corruption, Policy Advocacy, and he is a pro NGO Partnership person. Adarsh Nayyar Head - CSR & QMS , Galaxy Surfactants In 33 years of association with Galaxy Surfactants Ltd., Adarsh Nayyar has spearheaded diverse domains of Organization Building, Integration & Structuring of: Business Creation & Excellence; Market & Customer Relationship Development and Management; For Supplementary Import Licenses & allied issues, Corporate Liaison with Union Ministries; Setting up TQM, QMS, TPM, RBNQA Business Excellence Models and formation of Quality & Operations Manuals including Technology Transfer Manual from R&D to Pilot Plant to Commercial Scale; Setting up and Integration of Distribution, Logistics, Supply Chain & Transportation Management Systems; Packaging Sourcing, Standardization, Labeling, Bar Coding Systems & Global Vendor Development & Auditing System; Vertical Warehouse Storage Systems; Cost Improvement Programmes & Scrap Management Systems; Leadership Skills Development & Training; Hindi Translation of Key Corporate Communications, and Master of Ceremony for Corporate Events; and, Currently Heading: CSR Process Structuring, Strategy Development & Deployment and Building Relationship with Implementation Bodies/NGOs Before Galaxy, Adarsh was working with Ranbaxy Laboratories Tarun Mapara Head-CSR , Navneet Education Ltd. Tarun has over 14 years of experience engaging with For-Profit and Not-for-Profit social organizations. He engages with Board members of corporate entities as well as grassroots organizations. Tarun has handled CSR programs across 10 global locations and managed CSR budgets of over USD 2 Mln. Some of his outstanding contributions include - A Spelling contest which brought together contestants from over 6 countries in an exciting global online finale - Helpline service for citizens to address civic and other issues - A mega sports and cultural festival which draws over 50,000 people from the community and an equal number of school students annually. Ramesh Kumar Sahijwani Vice President-CSR, Iffco Tokio General Insurance Mr. Sahijwani is serving as Vice President –CSR at Iffco Tokio General Insurance. He has done his Masters from University of Hull, United Kingdom. Prior to joining Iffco Tokio General Insurance Mr. Sahijwani had worked with Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Ltd. As Chief Manager. He has wide experience in CSR and Sustainability. Seema Tiwari Head-CSR, Godrej & Boyce Seema Tiwari joined Godrej & Boyce Mfg. Co. Ltd in 2011 as Head - Corporate Social Responsibility to drive Godrej Good & Green vision. As CSR-Head, she is supporting the businesses to initiate various social and environment high impact programs. Prior to this she started Embarq India, the sustainable transport India program, at World Resources Institute (WRI), a Washington DC think and do tank working on climate change. Seema has also worked for Ministry of Urban Development on capacity building for sustainable transport. She holds a Master's degree in Environmental Science and Policy from the Clark University, USA. Pooja Garg Khan Associate Director - Corporate Affairs & Communications, PNB MetLife Pooja Khan is Head, Corporate Affairs & Communications for PNB MetLife India, joining the company in July 2013. She is responsible for Corporate Communications, Government Relations and Corporate 24www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  26. 26. Social Responsibility in India. Pooja has spent much of her career working in India, and she has an extensive experience in dealing with the influencer community, media and NGOs. Prior to joining PNB MetLife, she worked for Aviva Life Insurance for eight years as Vice-President Communications. She was responsible for overall communications including media relations, employee communications, digital PR and corporate social responsibility. She was also leading the D&I mandate for the India BU at Aviva. Earlier in her career, Pooja worked with Coca-Cola India as a communications consultant. She started her career in PR agencies where she handled clients across IT, FMCG and Lifestyle before moving into the corporate world. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Communications and a Bachelor’s degree in English from Delhi University. Naghma Mulla Chief Operating Officer, EdelGive Foundation Naghma Mulla, the Chief Operating officer at EdelGive Foundation, is a Masters in Commerce and a Chartered Accountant by profession. She spearheads its three verticals-Investments & Programmes, Fundraising & Partnerships and Employee Engagement. She actively works towards creating and maintaining a sustainable philanthropy network to support EdelGive investee portfolio. She is responsible for strategizing and promoting collaborations between different stakeholders in the social space i.e, the NGOs, the donors, corporates and Edelweiss employees. Naghma is also deeply involved with the Capacity Building Model wherein she works towards sourcing high quality solutions in aid of critical organizational issues being faced by investee organizations. Prior to this, she had a stint with Bajaj Allianz where she formed part of the core Finance Team. Naghma is also Board member at Railway Children, India. Meenakshi Batra CEO, Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) India Meenakshi Batra is a seasoned and widely recognized professional with over 24 years' experience in international development, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and not-for-profit sector. Her skills include a wide range of development sector approaches, institutional donor programme management, organizational development, budget and strategic planning. She has extensive experience in the area of civil society, child and human rights, poverty and vulnerabilities, equity and social exclusion, gender and masculinities. She has served in various leadership roles with international development and humanitarian agencies in South and South East Asia. Meenakshi has successfully led large country programmes in India, Afghanistan and Indonesia, working with leading international development NGOs. Valedictory and CSR Awards Ceremony: Keynote Sessions and CSR Impact Awards, Chief Guest’s Address Sh. Jayakumar Rawal Minister of Tourism, Employment Guarantee Scheme , Govt. of Maharashtra Sh. Rawal is a member of the 13th Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. He represents the Sindkheda Constituency. He belongs to the Bharatiya Janata Party. Rawal was also Member of Legislative Assembly from Sindkheda in 2009. Rawal was one of the general secretaries of the Bharatiya Janata Party Maharashtra State unit in 2013. He was appointed as Cabinet Minister in Expansion of Devendra Fadnavis Ministry and appointed as Tourism, Employment Guarantee Scheme on 8 July 2016. He is Co-ordinator of Youth Forum, All party Young Legislator Association of Maharashtra Consisting 72 MLA’s of all parties. Ramraj Pai President, CRISIL Foundation Ramraj leads CRISIL Risk & Infrastructure Solutions Limited (CRIS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of CRISIL Ltd; CRISIL’s Marketing & Communications function and CRISIL Foundation, the CSR arm of CRISIL. Ramraj joined CRISIL in 1995 as a credit analyst covering agro-commodities, banks and financial institutions in southern India. Later, he moved to Mumbai to head business development and investor relations for CRISIL Ratings. In 25www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org
  27. 27. 2015, Ramraj was appointed President of CRISIL Foundation. Under his leadership, CRISIL Foundation has reached out to more than 100,000 rural women in Assam and 81,000 rural women in Rajasthan to enhance their financial capabilities. Ramraj has also led the Foundation’s efforts to build corporate partnerships, reach out to the urban poor and mobilise CRISIL employees to lead social impact projects. Under his leadership, the Foundation has also initiated projects for marginalised farmers through financial capability building interventions. Ramraj holds a Post Graduate diploma in Management from S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai and a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering. Atul Satija Founder & CEO, The/Nudge Foundation Atul is the Founder & CEO of The/Nudge Foundation. After 17 years of starting, scaling and turning around various businesses in some of the largest and most respected organisations globally, he decided to start The/Nudge Foundation to fulfill his passion of working on inequality and social issues facing India. Atul continues to support InMobi as Chief Business Advisor, where he was previously responsible for global sales, marketing, business-development and operations as its Chief Revenue Officer. Over his 5- year stint at InMobi, Atul helped scale the organisation from a small start-up to a global leader in mobile advertising. Prior to InMobi, Atul was the Head of Mobile Business for Japan & Asia-Pacific, and Head of Business Development for India at Google. Atul has also done various sales, consulting and business development assignments across telecom and technology companies including Adobe, Samsung and Infosys. Atul holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Indian School of Business and B-Tech from National Institute of Technology. Ajitabh Sharma (IAS) Industries Commissioner & Secretary- CSR, Govt. of Rajasthan Sh Ajitabh is serving as Industries Commissioner and Secretary -Corporate Social Responsibility, Govt. of Rajasthan. Sh Ajitabh is an IAS Officer from Rajasthan Cadre, 1996 batch. Prior to this position ,he served as Secretary, Water Resources, State Water Resources Planning Department, Jaipur. He has been instrumental in various key development initiatives of Govt. of Rajasthan. Sudarshan Suchi Mentor-Rural Development - Reliance Foundation Sudarshan, nearing 50 presently heads the Rural Transformation initiative of Reliance Foundation has a formidable 25 plus years of very rich and hands on experience in the field of rural development. This journey saw him engaged with some of the premier organisations in the sector – Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development (SPWD), National Tree Growers Coop Federation, National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), IRMA, Reliance Life Sciences and now Reliance Foundation. Sudarshan is a Philosophy graduate from St. Stephens college in Delhi and a Law Graduate from SP University. Presently Sudarshan not only heads as Mentor the Rural Transformation initiative of Reliance Foundation known as BIJ or Bharat India Jodo but is also credited with conceptualising and operationalising it. Perhaps one of the biggest ongoing direct interventions, it already is engaged intensively with over 50K of the poorest households in around 500 remotest villages panning across 26 clusters in 12 States cross India, reaching the unreached. The engagement involves supporting them in food and nutrition security and de-risking their livelihoods. D Kishore Balaji Director - Corporate Affairs, South Asia -Intel Kishore is currently engaged at Intel, as the Director – Corporate Affairs and is focused on developing and deploying interventions in the space of Skill Development & Innovation and Innovation at the Corporate Affairs Group. He works with universities, schools, governments, foundations and multilaterals to drive Innovation, Skill development, Digital Inclusion & entrepreneurship programs across South Asia. Kishore represents Intel Corporation at the various expert advisory committees on Education, Non Formal Education, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. He has lead several public private partnerships (PPP) for Intel programs. Kishore is passionate about education for employment, youth entrepreneurship, social innovations, SME development, Supporting 26www.indiacsrsummit.in www.ngobox.org

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