Namita leads Central Square Foundation’s work in the area of EdTech.
Namita joined CSF with formal training in technology, business and education. After completing B.Tech and M.Tech degrees in Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay, she began her career at Intel Technologies and co-founded a pan-India non-profit organisation Pankhudi Foundation. She then worked on various education policy projects for two years in India as part of the National Knowledge Commission, an advisory body under the Prime Minister’s Office.
Before joining CSF, she worked for Education Elements, where she helped design the California-based education technology company’s flagship product for blended learning schools. Namita also holds an MBA from Stanford University.
08 Jun 2017
This session looks at what it takes to build a successful eco-system for the social economy; from government leadership and policy through to new business models and innovative financial instruments. Across Asia we are witnessing a whole range of approaches and interventions designed to support the growth of the social economy, some are strategic whilst others are tactical and taken together, the momentum is building for significant change in the social sector ecosystem.
07 Jun 2017
This workshop will help to understand Asian perspectives and experiences around social investment and entrepreneurship in Education.