Sriram Emani is the Co-founder and CEO of IndianRaga. He is a 2015 Global Fellow with the International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA), where he was the only Indian out of 52 Fellows from across the world. Over the past 3 years, Sriram worked as a Strategy Fellow with the President of Lincoln Center, New York City, and with the President of Global Digital Business at Sony Music, New York City. Previously, Sriram started the marketing and business development team at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai, and was a Consultant to Disney Theatrical Group.
Sriram represented USA at the global creative business conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, after IndianRaga won the US Creative Business Cup in 2012. Sriram was selected amongst the first batch of 12 Tata Fellows at the MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design. He is an alumnus of the MIT Sloan School of Management (Class of 2014) where he was 1 out of 5 students to be awarded the prestigious Siebel Scholarship for academic excellence and leadership. Sriram is also an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, where he was the Overall Coordinator of India’s largest student cultural festival, Mood Indigo, and a recipient of the institute’s highest honors for cultural and organizational excellence. Sriram has been invited as a guest speaker and panelist at MIT and NYU, and has moderated panels on entrepreneurship in media and entertainment at key conferences.
Sukhada Fadnavis is the COO of IndianRaga. She is a Mathematician and online education enthusiast. She holds a PhD in Mathematics from Stanford University and was most recently a Benjamin Peirce Fellow at the Mathematics department at Harvard University. Sukhada has many years of teaching experience and has also been involved in creating educational online content. Sukhada is also a trained Bharatanatyam dancer, and a certified BollyX Fitness dance instructor.
Anasuya Mandal is Co-founder and Head of Outreach of IndianRaga. Anasuya is currently pursuing her PhD at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her current work focuses on biomaterials and immunology as she develops new methods for disease diagnostics. Anasuya grew up in Chandigarh, India and pursued her undergraduate in chemical engineering at IIT Bombay. She loves conversations, new experiences, traveling, music, cooking, calligraphy. photography and creating resources that help others pursue their dreams.