Shashwat Mody is an Aga Khan Scholar, and is currently pursuing an MBA at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Prior to Wharton, Shash founded Eduheights Schools, providing quality education to lower middle income students in North India, and worked with Unitus, passionately scaling critical microfinance and livelihood services across India, Africa and SE Asia. He also designed and managed the India Microfinance Innovations Program – funding initiatives that helped microfinance institutions build robust and transparent delivery systems, and balance financial and social returns.
Previously, Shash was a management consultant with KPMG Consulting LLC in the Strategic Advisory and M&A space, working with Fortune 500 companies across the United States. Shash enjoys hiking, biking and running – endeavors that have taken him traveling across 4 continents.
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