E4-S7 Local Approaches to Systemic Change with Satyam Vyas

Summary & Key Takeways

If you want to listen a no-nonsense approach to systemic change, listen to Satyam. He has spent over a decade in education, skills development and social entrepreneurship in rural India.

In Episode 4 of Season 7 hear about Satyam’s aha! moment; his deep experience in the nonprofit education system in India and the process of establishing his own social enterprise which focuses on workforce development and thought leadership, Arthan.

Satyam is equal parts brilliant and good human being.  A THNK fellow, Satyam holds an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Delhi University and executive degrees in social entrepreneurship and leading successful social programs from Stanford Business School and Harvard Kennedy School.

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*Episode recorded on July 8th , 2020


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