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The only thing more powerful than an idea whose time has come is a changemaker whose time has come
No Changemaker Left Behind is an initiative as mad as the ideas it seeks to mentor. Every Thursday afternoon, from 4 – 5 pm, proven business and social entrepreneurs will spend 30 minutes one-on-one with anyone who has an idea in law and justice, to and help them expand, refine and strengthen that idea.
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What are Changemakers saying?
”It was a great experience learning with the stalwarts in the field.we actually got to look into very minute details of the system level work that is required for an organisation to scale and become more self sufficient while serving the society.
”NCLB is an amazing initiative where legal experienced entrepreneurs share their valuable insights and experiences by mentoring young Innovators in their ideas. All the guidance, lessons and word-of-caution that were shared were extremely beneficial.
”When a highly capable, experienced mentor deeply listens to a young entrepreneur and than gives unbridled feedback, magic happens. Agami makes that magic happen.
The identities of the people quoted above have been concealed as sessions between mentors and mentees are confidential.
Your distinguished mentors
(i) the Advisory Board of ETHRWorld, a Human Resources focused platform of the Economic Times, Indian’s foremost business daily;
(ii) the Task Force on Diversity & Inclusion set up by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI).
While an MBA student at The Wharton School, Deepa worked with Rocketship.vc, a unique venture capital fund in Palo Alto that leverages advanced data science techniques to identify promising technology startups around the world. She also helped drive strategy and deal flow for a nascent investment team at Omidyar Network, eBay founder Pierre Omidyar’s global impact investment vehicle. In India, she worked for Netafim, a pioneering Israeli agriculture technology company, to disrupt and streamline agricultural supply chains given limited access to water.
Prior to business school, Deepa consulted to Fortune 100 companies with the Oliver Wyman Group in San Francisco. She also led engagements with governments and multilateral agencies in several countries as a senior researcher at Princeton University.
Deepa received her M.B.A from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, where she was Director of Investment for the Wharton Social Venture Fund and co-directed the Wharton India Startup Competition. She received an M.Sc in development economics at Oxford on full scholarship, and graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and South Asian Studies.