What A Virtual Wharton India Economic Forum Organized By Wharton MBAs Taking Classes Online Looks Like

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Exploring India: self-reliant, resilient, reignited 

Learnings and reflections from 2020 and a virtual MBA program

Principles for curating a virtual experience and engineering serendipity

Taking the 25 year old legacy forward and hosting the first virtual WIEF conference

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Divya Kamerkar

Divya Kamerkar is an Entrepreneurship and Innovation major at Wharton. She is also a Forté fellow and recipient of the Judith and William P Bollinger Fellowship, which covers her entire student cost of attendance. Currently, Divya is working to launch her reproductive health start-up called Pinky Promise. Prior to Wharton, Divya worked at The Bridgespan Group where she helped advise several governments and large nonprofits across India and the MENA region on their healthcare and early childhood strategies. She also worked for the Delhi Government as a Senior Consultant where she was tasked with implementing reforms to make Delhi safer for women. Divya holds a B.S from Yale University and is also a Yale Global Health Fellow.

Gaurav Lulu

Gaurav Lulu is a Co-Chair of Wharton India Economic Forum. He is a second year MBA student at Wharton, pursuing major in Finance and Operations. Prior to Wharton, he worked as Investment Associate with Baring Private Equity Asia where he evaluated and executed control investments in financials, technology, and services sectors. Before Baring, he was an investment banking analyst with Rothschild in Singapore where he advised infrastructure clients in SEA on M&A and fundraising.

Gaurav holds a B.Tech in Electrical Engineering from IIT Bombay. 

Rishabh Jain

Rishabh Jain is an "Entrepreneurship" and "Operations, Information & Decisions" double major at Wharton. Before Wharton he worked at Bharti Airtel, participating in the flagship rotational leadership program before working closely with senior management as part of Group Treasury on liquidity and mobile money across India and Africa. Prior to that he has worked in Gamezop and Ernst & Young.

He's a Chartered Accountant and holds a B. Com (Hons.) degree from Shri Ram College of Commerce.

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