Gayathri Narayan is currently the Business Head for Otolaryngology for Modernizing Medicine. She is a Certified Accountant from India and MBA from Columbia Business School. She has worked across three continents and has experience in the fields of General Management, Strategy, Product, Business development, Finance and Compliance. At Columbia Business School she was also a Vice President of the Social Enterprise Club and her social venture business plan was one of the top 10 of 500 plans submitted globally. Gayathri gets true happiness in giving back to the community that has given her so much!
Supriya Krishnakumar is a Chartered Accountant (India) and a Certified Accountant (USA). She has deep experience across the CFO organization and currently works as an F&A solutions architect with a global leader that designs, transforms and runs business operations. Based out of New York, Supriya is also a keen artist and dabbles in portrait making and water color paintings. She hopes to use her art to advance a good cause. In the past, Supriya has also served CORD New York as VP, Finance.
VP Community Service
Navin Manglani holds an BA in Economics from Yale (summa cum laude) and an MBA from Columbia Business School (Beta Gamma Sigma). Navin has served on the Board of several non-profits, and is currently also a Board member with Immigration Equality (Action Fund). Navin currently works in Strategy & Analytics at American Express and ran several businesses prior. Navin firmly believes in the core mission of CORD of empowering those in need to provide for themselves. In addition to volunteering, Navin enjoys playing music and traveling.
Currently working as a Data Scientist for an advertising analytics startup, Mansi has an extensive background in technology and statistics. She is currently working on several charity projects such as Pratham, Code for America, DataKind which serve the NYC area. She is committed towards the vision of CORD and hopes to make a difference to as many villages, liberating as many villagers and making them self-sufficient.