E0035 Social Capital - the critical assets for success. (S0002)

February 12, 2022 00:18:29
E0035 Social Capital - the critical assets for success. (S0002)
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Sadhana Pasricha is the Founder and President of Social Capital Consultants LLC, an international research, training and consulting firm.

She partners with CEOs and senior leadership to diagnose, design and create inclusive, innovative and high engagement corporate cultures.

A University of Chicago trained sociologist and business professor for over twenty-five years, Sadhana offers practical strategies to organizations for enhancing diversity and shared leadership to achieve competitive advantage for business success.

Sadhana is Delaware’s Delegate at Vision2020, a national initiative working towards shared leadership through women’s economic and social equality.

Currently, she is working on two initiatives: increasing the number of women in leadership roles and on corporate boards and encouraging girls and women to succeed in STEM professions.

Sadhana uses her personal experiences as a first-generation immigrant to encourage minorities, women, and girls to strive for educational achievement and hone their leadership skills by performing community service. She has served as the Chair of the Hockessin Montessori School Board and as a board member of the ACE-Delaware Women in Higher education and the YWCA of Delaware.

 

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