My guest for this episode is Sumana Setty. Sumana is a social entrepreneur, attorney, and philanthropist with over 20 years of experience in the field of law and finance. Born in India and raised in the United States, Sumana developed a deep understanding of the power of choice. Her upbringing instilled in her the value of education, which has led her to become a co-founder of Commit-2-Change (C2C), a non-profit organization that aims to create sustainable and impactful change in communities around the world through the education and economic development of girls.

Here’s what to expect during the episode:

  • What is the significance of women investing in girls’ education and development?
  • How can financial institutions and organizations support and encourage women to invest in programs and projects that benefit girls?
  • What are the initial challenges one might face when starting a nonprofit organization?
  • How gender inequality affects women and girls in other countries?

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