Indrani Goradia is a founding member of a ground-breaking philanthropic and advocacy initiative aimed at catalyzing the next wave of philanthropists setting out to improve the health and rights of girls and women worldwide. She is in partnership with a global NGO called Population Services International (PSI). She is also the founder of Indrani’s Light Foundation, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to ending gender-based violence and empowering women around the world with tools to live healthy and meaningful lives.
Indrani completed her formal education at Queens College and Kent State University in New York City. She is an author, speaker and certified life coach and most recently was invited to the World Women’s High Level Development Forum on Women’s Health & Development where she addressed the United Nations on eradicating gender-based violence internationally. She was also invited to give the keynote address at the PSI 2015 Latin America and Caribbean Regional Retreat.
As a victim of violence in her childhood, it has driven her to work tirelessly to help others understand its devastating effects and lead empowerment trainings for girls and women in several countries around the world.
She is a philanthropist, triathlete, marathoner and most of all a proud mother and wife.