Atul Sukumar

Atul helps design, build and implement consulting projects as part of the Consulting Services team in Delhi.

Previously, his experience includes extensive research and analysis on problems of economic policy, education, healthcare, and energy. He has worked as a Data Analyst with the McKinsey Center for Government, a global hub for research, collaboration and innovation in government productivity and performance. He has also worked in consulting organisations, publishing companies, law firms and election campaigns. He is committed to bringing best practices from the private sector to impact public efficiency and effectiveness.

Atul is a liberal arts graduate of the University of Miami.

Parnika Madar

Parnika is a part of the Consulting Services team in Delhi. She has 2 years of experience in the social impact consulting sector- engaging with corporates, foundations and NGOs focusing on research, implementation, programme management, and monitoring and evaluation. She also co-founded her own philanthropic venture which won accolades from an international inter-governmental organisation.

At Sattva, she has been involved in establishing and managing an entrepreneur-led apparel micro enterprise in rural Uttar Pradesh for an international foundation, and has also worked with a key non-profit client in designing and executing a lean pilot for micro enterprise and entrepreneurship development in UP. Apart from livelihoods, she has also worked in other sectors and functional areas such as CSR portfolio management, Education and EdTech, and Skill Development, for varied clients such as a global beverage-manufacturing company, global tech and healthcare enterprise, non-profit philanthropic foundation, and a leading national financial services and investments firm.

Parnika has both her Bachelor’s in Social Sciences and Master’s in Development Policy from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, where she had been a part of multiple field studies, spending time in rural Maharashtra with local communities.

Atul Kotnala

Atul is with the Consulting Services (Implementation) team, heading project teams and working with key clients in the Delhi region.

He has over eight years of experience in the social sector, working across the spectrum – as a Gandhi Fellow for Kaivalya Education Foundation in Rajasthan, as a recruiter for the Fellowship in South India, a Project Manager at Piramal Foundation, leading a cohort of 1000 beneficiaries for a livelihood program in Uttarakhand, and as a part of the Uttarakhand District Disaster Management Team to build a Livelihood Action Plan for the district. At Sattva he has led multiple projects working on CSR strategy formulation, organisational development, mobilisation, programme management, implementation of a livelihood programme, social audits, partner due diligence and assessments.

Atul has a Bachelors in Commerce from the University of Delhi.

Richa Bindal

Richa is part of the Consulting Services team in Delhi, helping organisations design and implement effective social development models.

Prior to Sattva, she worked in strategy and marketing and consulting roles across diverse industries such as Oil & Gas, Recruitment, Construction and Business Process Services. She then realised her passion for social development and worked in early stage start-ups and consulting firms that helped people realise their unique human capabilities at a scalable level. Her interests lie in designing and developing scalable solutions to solve livelihood and education related challenges in the country.

Richa holds a B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering from IIT Bombay and a Minor in Industrial Design from IDC, IIT Bombay.

Pragya Maheshwari

Pragya is part of the Consulting Services team in Delhi, leading delivery for clients in the education sector for bringing systemic transformation at scale.

She has over 5 years of experience across multiple functions such as product management, sales strategy, operations management and analytical consulting. At Sattva she has worked as part of a USAID Program called Securing Water for Food, supporting 5 different social enterprises from across the globe (India, Bangladesh, South Africa, Ghana and Mozambique) on their business models, end-to-end marketing and sales strategies, organisational and financial models, value chain mapping, and business system integration.

Pragya is a Chemical Engineer (B.Tech & M.Tech) from IIT Bombay.

Shruti Deora

Shruti is part of the Transformative Advisory team in Delhi, leading delivery for clients in the education sector, for bringing systemic transformation at scale through process standardisation, technology and capability development.

She has over 8+ years of experience in various roles across industries – as a management consultant in KPMG Advisory, creating solutions and supporting implementation for large scale business transformation projects in India, South Africa, Uganda and UAE, as a Chartered Accountant, handling market research for investments with Franklin Templeton, as well as a stint with the Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs. At Sattva she has worked on key projects of Sattva Knowledge in the impact investment and education landscape across Asia, and on issues of education and gender equality.

Shruti has a Bachelors in Commerce from Mumbai University, is a Chartered Accountant and is a graduate of IIM Kozhikode.

Aditi Chatterjee

Aditi is part of our Consulting Services team in Delhi, managing projects in the education and livelihood domains.

Before Sattva, she had a career in risk consulting and corporate fraud investigation with KPMG and EY, gaining an exposure to the impact that corporate supply chains have on the lives of the labour force. This led her to the development sector and the Gandhi Fellowship, where she worked with the education sector. She also learnt more about the lives of the labourers by living with them for a month in the slums of Mumbai, working on labour jobs with their families and exploring business models which enable better livelihoods for them. At Sattva, she continues to work on issues at the cusp of business and social impact.

Aditi has an MBA from Said Business School at the University of Oxford, where she was a Weidenfeld Hoffman – Louis Dreyfus scholar.

Shalini Rajan

Shalini is a consultant with the Sattva Solutions Group, working with key CSR clients in delivering impact through implementation and advisory services.

She has worked as a consultant at the Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS), Bangalore on a collaborative research programme on climate change adaptation. She has worked closely on adaptation trends and patterns observed in peri-urban areas around Bangalore. She has also worked at the Currency Derivatives team at Goldman Sachs. Shalini is committed to using the power of technology to deliver improve governance the grassroots. She is also passionate about mainstreaming sustainable practices across the board, and bringing women at the fore of sustainable development.

Shalini has an Economics (Hons.) degree from Christ University, Bangalore and an M.Sc. in Development Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Ritu George Kaliaden

Ritu is part of Sattva’s Knowledge vertical with experience in development research and practice in the areas of policy and access, sustainable development and socio-spatial urban research.

Prior to this, Ritu has managed large scale development research studies as well as had corporate stints. She has also worked with The/Nudge Foundation, Make a Difference and Habitat for Humanity International in programme management and research roles. An affiliate of the Temporary Urbanism Lab at the University of Birmingham, she has also undertaken independent research work in collaboration with peers across the globe.

Ritu is an Erasmus Mundus scholar and holds a Masters in International Cooperation and Urban Development from Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Germany and a Bachelors in Architecture from the College of Engineering Trivandrum.

Anjali Menon

Anjali works in the design and implementation of Gender Diversity Solutions as part of the Solutions team in Bangalore.

She has prior work experience in both the private and development sector. Post her work with L&T as a process engineer, she interned with a CSR foundation in the design of their women’s livelihood programme as part of the Young India Fellowship (Ashoka University). She has also managed a sustainable livelihood project for an NGO in Hyderabad. At Sattva, she has been involved in the end-to-end programme execution and monitoring of a CSR pilot initiative aimed at the skill development of women for customer experience roles.

Anjali holds a Bachelors in Technology (Chemical Engineering) from National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli.