Subroto Bagchi

Subroto Bagchi is an Indian entrepreneur and business leader. He is the co-founder of Mindtree and a business author. He has narrated the story of his life in his book, Go Kiss the World, published by Penguin Portfolio. Subroto is also on the Board of White Swan Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that offers knowledge services in the area of mental health.

Sudeep Chakravarti

Sudeep Chakravarti studied at Mayo College, Ajmer, and graduated from St Stephen’s College, Delhi. He began his career in journalism with the Asian Wall Street Journal, and has subsequently worked for Sunday, India Today and Hindustan Times. Currently he is a columnist and consulting editor, and a professional futurist affiliated to the World Future Society.

Sudha Menon

Sudha Menon is the author of five non-fiction books including Feisty At Fifty, Legacy, Gifted and Devi, Diva or She-Devil. A former journalist, Sudha is founder of writing workshop series Get Writing, Writing With Women and Writing In The Park. Sudha has been a speaker on prestigious platforms such as TEDx, TiECon, CII and at BITS, Pilani and is often invited to speak on women and leadership, gender, diversity and inclusion issues at corporate houses and educational campuses. She was a journalist for 25 years, working with leading publications including The Independent from the Times group, The Hindu and Mint in collaboration with The Wall Street Journal , before turning full-time author in 2010.

Sudha Murty

Sudha Murty is the chairperson of the Infosys Foundation in India and a Trustee of the Infosys Foundation USA. She has a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Sudha Murty is a prolific writer in Kannada and English. She is a columnist for English and Kannada dailies with 24 books and 156 titles to her credit – including novels, non-fiction, travelogues, technical books, and memoirs. Her books have been translated into all major Indian languages. She has been honored with awards for her philanthropic and literary efforts. She has also received the Padma Shri Award from the Government of India as well as seven honorary doctorates from universities in India.

Sudha Shah

Sudha Shah was schooled in Mumbai and thereafter got her degree in economics from Smith College, USA. Married and settled in Mumbai, she has one son. She has spent the last seven years researching and writing this book.

Sugata Bose

Sugata Bose is an Indian historian and politician who has taught and worked in the United States since the mid-1980s. His fields of study are South Asian and Indian Ocean history. Bose is also the Director of the Netaji Research Bureau in Kolkata, India, a research center and archives devoted to the life and work of Bose’s great uncle, the Indian nationalist, Subhas Chandra Bose. Bose is the author most recently of His Majesty’s Opponent: Subhas Chandra Bose and India’s Struggle against Empire (2011) and A Hundred Horizons: The Indian Ocean in the Age of Global Empire (2006).

Suhel Seth

Suhel Seth is the Founder and Managing Partner of Counselage India, the country’s only strategic brand management and marketing consultancy. Seth is a regular speaker at industry meets as well as a lecturer at various Indian institutes of management. He has written for the Financial Times, the Hindustan Times and The Indian Express on current affairs and the social landscape of India. Seth is also the author of In Your Face, Get to the Top, India’s Finest CEOS and their Mantras of Success and Of Roots and Wings: 50 Years of Indian Airlines. His next book is tentatively titled The Indian Mindset.

Sujata Prasad

Sujata Prasad is a civil servant. Aside from her discursive experience in government, she has co-authored a book on health security, edited a journal on public policy and published research papers on different aspects of gender, public health, economic development and the performing arts. She studied history at St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, and sociology at Jawaharlal Nehru University. She is a student of classical music and dance, has written poetry and has been a part of various theatre groups in Delhi.

Sumana Roy

Sumana Roy writes from Siliguri, a small town in sub-Himalayan Bengal. Her book, How I Became a Tree, was shortlisted for the Shakti Bhatt First Book Award and the Tata Literature Live! First Book Award. Sumana Roy gives a new vision of what it means to be human in the natural world. Increasingly disturbed by the violence, hate, insincerity, greed and selfishness of her kind, the author is drawn to the idea of becoming a tree.

Sunita Kohli

Sunita Kohli is a globally recognized, national award-winning interior designer, furniture manufacturer and architectural restorer since 1971. Her professional portfolio includes several significant public and heritage buildings, hotels and hotel boats, forts, palaces, libraries, museums and select residences in India, Egypt, Pakistan, Bhutan and Sri Lanka. She is the President of K2India, an award-winning architectural and design firm, whose CEO IS Kohelika Kohli. She is a former Chairperson of the School of Planning and Architecture in Bhopal and has lectured and presented papers at several universities in the UK and the USA. Most recently, she co-authored ’The Lucknow Cookbook’ with her mother, Chand Sur. In 1992, she was conferred the Padma Shri by the President of India in New Delhi and presented the Mahila Shiromani Award by Mother Teresa in Kolkata.

Swati Lodha

Dr. Swati Lodha, is the author of Amazon Bestseller Book titled ‘Don’t Raise Your Children, Raise Yourself’ and other Bestselling Books like ‘Come On! Get Set Go’ and Why Women are What They Are’. A Doctorate in Women Entrepreneurship, she is passionate about creativity and innovation. “Don’t Raise Your Children, Raise Yourself,” is an interesting mix of parenting guide meets compendium of Hindu Mythology. In the book, the author Dr. Swati Lodha interprets the spiritual dreams that she has as parenting wisdom.

Tania Singh

Tania Singh is the C.E.O of an organization called Make Love Not Scars (MLNS). Make Love Not Scars is a for purpose organization that rehabilitates acid attack survivors in India. She is skilled in campaign management, fundraising, corporate social responsibility, business planning, strategy and marketing. Her organization offer funds and channels for medical and legal aid. Apart from life saving functions, it also invests in the education and skill training of survivors and their children.