Sujatha thrives on helping mission-driven leaders engage in transformational conversations for positive change. She is a co-founder of Conveners.org, and a seasoned network builder, facilitator and capacity builder. In her role as a managing director, she led the development of Conveners.org’s membership and advisory service programs. Building on this work she is now preparing to launch a new organization focused on convening design.
Sujatha has worked with several mission-driven organizations including the Aspen Institute, C&A Foundation, the Hewlett Foundation, Open Society Foundations, the Paul and Daisy Soros Foundation for New Americans, and the Skoll World Forum. She is a dynamic and experienced consultant and facilitator who has worked across a variety of issue areas ranging from health equity to transparency in supply chains, and from education to cyber security. She has moderated discussions and conference sessions for a broad spectrum of institutions ranging from West Point Military Academy to the US Small Business Administration, and from the New Mexico Community Foundation to the Latin American Impact Investing Forum.
Sujatha grew up in a multicultural household, the daughter of an immigrant entrepreneur and a midwife. She brings a diverse background in community economic development, international relations, and education to her work. She received her BA in Peace & Conflict Studies from Bryn Mawr College and completed her graduate studies at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.
Economic Opportunity • Education • Financial Services • Human Rights • International Justice • Livelihoods • Peace and Human Rights • Responsible Supply Chains • Sustainable Markets • Youth Job Skills
Caribbean, Europe, North America, South America