We are delighted to announce Priyanka Anand Chadha as a judge on the independent panel for the Global Social Leaders Sustainable Development Goal Competition.

This competition challenges teams of young people around the world to create positive social change through student-led initiatives, designed to address one of more of the United Nations’ 17 global goals; to eradicate extreme poverty, end climate change and eliminate inequality by 2030.

I lead the design and delivery of Dasra’s structured capacity building programs that are designed to help non-profit organisations strengthen their institutional abilities, and scale more effectively, with more than 8 years’ experience in the development space.

I believe strongly in the power of networks and the need to work collectively to solve some of our country’s biggest social challenges. I have worked extensively in building and managing knowledge sharing platforms and developing peer exchange forums and programs that aim to provide change makers with a platform to engage with and learn from each other.

I have an MBA from Indian School of Business, where I received the Develop India Scholarship, Master’s Degree in Economics from National University of Singapore, and Bachelor’s degree in Economics (Hons) from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University.

Priyanka Anand Chadha, Dasra [Impact Foundation] India


Priyanka Anand Chadha, Dasra

GSL Sustainable Development Goal Competition

Launched in 2017 Future Foundations are running two GSL SDG competitions this academic year, open to young people globally. The first of these if for COBIS students and the second for students of all schools. We have been overwhelmed with entries from around the world from Romaina, to Kazakhstan and Venezuela.

Our judges will have a tough job to agree on a winner with an incredible quality of project proposals submitted, which is indicative of the strong sense of participants’ collective social responsibility and global perspective. Empowered to find local solutions to issues as wide ranging as gender equality, health, work and economic growth young people are demonstrating a complex understanding of the 17 global goals, how they interconnect and relate to our everyday lives.

The winners of the competition will be announced by Future Foundations later this year. The winning team from each competition will be invited to attend a Global Social Leaders Catalyst Programme and the opportunity to participate in the GSL World Summit, a 14 day transformational leadership programme in August 2018, for a discounted rate.