YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
Founding India’s first bank for women, by women, she’s turning them into entrepreneurs with small collateral-free loans: Chetna Gala Sinha
Chetna Gala Sinha, a crusader and feminist, believes in the power of micro finance, to turn the fate of a woman and her village around
Design doyenne Brinda Somaya’s 40-year-old practice is a masterclass in balancing difficult choices with sharp business acumen
Chhavi Rajawat was poised to rise to the top of the corporate ladder, but when the villagers from the drought-riddled hamlet she calls her hometown approached her with their predicament, she decided to use her professional network to develop the rural pocket at an astounding rate. Almost nearing the end of her second term, Rajawat has one hell of a story to tell about the completely unknown devil that is rural politics.
Facing an “identity crisis” when she sold her first company to Disney, how Zarina Screwvala found an even stronger purpose with Swades
Swades Foundation’s Zarina Screwvala isn’t one for a predictable path and that’s what makes her the super achiever she is
Gloria Benny runs two organisations ‘Make A Difference’ and ‘Guardians of Dreams’, and is a beacon of hope for many
Armed with an innate stubbornness, she has built India’s first incubator for social entrepreneurs: Meet Pooja Warier
Starting out young, UnLtd India’s co-founder Pooja Warier’s unrelenting perseverance has helped her succeed
From Akanksha Foundation to Teach for India, Shaheen Mistri has given underprivileged kids a chance to turn their lives around through education.