The Vedica Founding Team consists of Anuradha Das Mathur and Pramath Raj Sinha. Anuradha is the Founder and Director at 9.9 Group and is also the Founder of The Foundation for Working Women. Pramath is the Founder and Managing Director at 9.9 Group and was the Founding Dean at the Indian School of Business (ISB), Young India Fellowship (YIF), Ashoka University.
Anuradha Das Mathur
Anuradha Das Mathur is Founding Dean of Vedica Scholars Programme for Women. She is Founder and Director of 9.9 Media, one of India’s fastest growing niche media companies, which believes in raising the bar for higher education through publications like EDU that helps decision makers at higher education institutions govern their institutions smartly. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, she ran Businessworld, one of India’s most widely read business magazines and worked for The Economist Group. Anuradha was selected as one of 25 young, talented, emerging global woman leaders for the prestigious Global Emerging Women Leader’s Programme, offered by Fortune magazine and the US State Department. Her passion for improving women’s participation in the workforce took root during this programme and has led to pioneering ventures such as The Foundation for Working Women, a platform where public policy, infrastructure and awareness come together to help women ‘live their choice to work’.
Pramath Raj Sinha
Pramath Raj Sinha spent 13 years with McKinsey and Company, where he was a Partner. Before founding 9.9 Media, he was the MD & CEO of ABP, one of India’s leading and most diversified media conglomerates. Pramath is the Founding Dean of the Indian School of Business (ISB), an initiative led by a group of leading Indian business leaders. His book on the founding of ISB, Indian School of Business – An Idea Whose Time Has Come: The Story of the Indian School of Business, was published in 2011. He is also the Founder & Trustee of Ashoka University, which launched the Young India Fellowship (YIF) in 2011.