Sandeep came to Teach For India in 2009 after having worked as a fundraising consultant with Ashoka & serving as a 2006 Teach For America corps member - teaching secondary science in Washington DC. His experience in the classroom deepened his resolve to contribute to the educational reform movement, thus bringing him to Teach For India. He has since led led the creation and implementation of Teach For India’s first Institute & worked in a number of different capacities across Program, Recruitment and Selection, City Operations and Knowledge Management. He has a Masters Degree in International Affairs and Economic Policy from Columbia University, New York.
What does it take to build an organizational culture that is sustainable and rooted in our larger vision? How do we maintain and preserve that culture as our organization grows to scale? In this session, Teach For India will share some of its biggest lessons—and some of the resulting principles—about creating and sustaining a culture that will authentically foster the long-term movements we're all striving to build.
Within each partner organization and as a network, we aim to catalyze long-term impact through building a force of leaders who will work together to achieve change throughout our nations’ systems. In London, Pune, Estonia, and several communities in the United States, we’re seeing the beginnings of this kind of change.