Aditi Chatterjee brings 11+ years of rich experience working across consulting firms and the social sector. She is also a trainer and advisor to non-profits in India and the Asia- Pacific region, helping them build capabilities and set up robust Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) systems for their organisations. She’s also a steering committee member of The Monitoring and Evaluation of Trafficking in Persons (METIP) – a global community of practice focusing on MEL in the anti-human trafficking space.
As the Senior Engagement Manager at Sattva, Aditi leads the Evidence and MEL unit under Impact Measurement and Advisory (IMA). She has worked across roles within the organisation with a focus on labour welfare, informal livelihoods, anti-human trafficking, and ethical supply chains. Aditi has led engagements with clients such as Global Fund to Modern Slavery (GFEMS), Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), UNDP, CIFF, BII UK, on behalf of Sattva.
Before joining Sattva, Aditi worked with the Gandhi Fellowship, where she focused on non-profit operations and public sector leadership in areas of education and informal livelihoods. Prior to joining the developmental sector, Aditi worked in the corporate sector, with the big four firms including KPMG and EY in the field of risk consulting and corporate fraud investigation.
She holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, Pune. She also earned an MBA in social impact from Said Business School at the University of Oxford. Here she was awarded a full merit scholarship for the MBA as a Weidenfeld Hoffman – Louis Dreyfus – Said scholar. Aditi also secured a certification in Labour Migration studies from Azim Premji University and Aajeevika Bureau.
Sattva gives her a space to work and learn from a team of diverse professionals committed to create impact at scale. She is focused on implementing ethical and methodological research in order to enable evidence-based decision-making for stakeholders to eradicate poverty.