Create meaningful and sustainable employment opportunities for low-income deaf adults in India, thereby increasing their standard of living and making them economically independent.
Dhruv Lakra has a strong background in the social and finance sectors. He started his career in investment banking and shifted to the social sector after the devastating Asian tsunami of 2004. Dhruv’s experience ranges from helping social organizations scale programs, measure their impact, develop skill sets for the program staff, and engage in strategic planning, to designing information systems and advising high net worth individuals on effective giving. He was named a Skoll Scholar in 2008 at the Said Business School, University of Oxford.
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