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Center for Sustainable Business | About Aishwarya Jadhav

Aishwarya Jadhav, Associate Research Scholar

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Aishwarya Jadhav is an Associate Research Scholar at the Center for Sustainable, where she focuses on developing and implementing monetization methods within the framework of the Return on Sustainability Investment (ROSI) methodology across a wide range of industries.

Previously, Aishwarya worked in sustainability roles at Climate Advisers, UNDP, and FAO. At Climate Advisers, she served as a climate risk analyst, focusing on transition risks across different agricultural commodities. At UNDP, she developed strategies for adopting and accelerating sustainable finance policies and frameworks in both sovereign and corporate sectors. With FAO, she contributed to making food value chains in Eastern Europe and the Middle East more sustainable and resilient.

Aishwarya also brings  four years of experience in supply management, having worked at General Electric and collaborated with startups to establish supply chains and drive business development at the N.S. Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at the Indian Institute of Management. She  holds a Master's in International Development from Johns Hopkins, where she focused on sustainability, and a BE in Mechanical Engineering from RV College in India.