BD Women on Boards network is to provide a platform for women who are already on the boards or aspiring to be in one. Table of Eight events are small, personal luncheons facilitated by a C-level executive mentor and attended by seven members who want real world advice from someone who is extraordinarily accomplished.
Paid event & by invite only.
Mentor: Debjani Ghosh
Debjani Ghosh is former VP SMG Intel and MD Intel South Asia. She started with Intel in 1996 and has held numerous leadership roles over her 21-year career with the company.
She currently serves as Additional Non Exec Director on the Board of Yes Bank and is a member of Cisco’s India Advisory Board. She is also a trustee of NASSCOM Foundation and co-chair of FICCI’s Innovation Committee.
Ghosh joined Intel as a Marketing Exec with a dream to head the country business someday in the future. In 2012 she returned to India as MD – Intel South Asia. She is a strong believer that dreams do come true but only if you really believe in them and are willing to work as hard as it takes to make them come true.
The last 5 years in India, she has successfully driven a complete reset of the country strategy to shift focus to market creation and strong ecosystem partnerships, positively impacting Intel’s business growth in the country. Passionate about Digital India, she has been instrumental in designing and creating Intel’s programs to support India’s transformation to a Digital Nation, with focus on digital literacy, grounds up tech innovation and strong partnerships across the ecosystem.
She has served in many industry forums like NASSCOM, MAIT, FICCI to strengthen industry advocacy for Digital India and increase the urgency on action.
Ghosh is a strong believer in equal opportunities, and regarded as a very strong champion for diversity and equality in corporate India. She was the first woman Intel India Country Head and the first woman President of MAIT. She has been ranked by Fortune India as one of the top 20 Most Powerful Women in Business in India for 5 consecutive years since 2012. In 2017 Fortune India ranked her the 11th most powerful woman in business in India.
She dreams of India emerging as the most innovative country in the world, and also a country where women achieve full representation.
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