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Dean's Reception and Conversation in Mumbai


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Join us for an evening of cocktails and conversation with Dean Raghu Sundaram and Sanjiv Anand, (MBA '85) in Mumbai. 

Cost: Complimentary

RSVP required by Monday, January 2nd


Raghu Sundaram
Raghu Sundaram is Dean and the Edward I. Altman Professor of Credit and Debt Markets at NYU Stern School of Business. He was appointed Dean on January 1, 2018, having previously served as Vice Dean for MBA Programs and Online Learning. As Dean, and previously Vice Dean of MBA Programs and Online Learning, Dean Sundaram has led the launch of multiple new degree programs, Stern’s entry into online education, and the establishment of several new, high-profile initiatives at the intersection of entrepreneurship and technology. He also established the School’s first Office of Diversity and Inclusion.Dean Sundaram has taught at Stern since 1996, and was previously on the faculty at the University of Rochester. He has authored two books and published extensively in leading academic and practitioner-oriented journals. He was the inaugural recipient of the 2007 Stern Distinguished Teaching Award. He holds a BA in economics from the University of Madras, an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, and a PhD in economics from Cornell University.
Sanjiv Anand
Sanjiv is the Chairman of Cedar Management Consulting International and IBS Intelligence, both global consulting, research, and analytics firms. Cedar has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the World’s Best Management Consulting firms. With 35 years of global consulting experience, Sanjiv started his career in the US before moving to Asia. He has assisted global client Boards and CEOs in strategy formulation and execution using the Balanced Scorecard framework. He is the author of two award winning books – Execution Excellence and Unlocking Human Capital to Drive Performance. Sanjiv has chaired the NYU Stern India Alumni Group for many years, and is a Former YPO Gold Bombay Chair. He is a 1985 NYU Stern MBA graduate, and he completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.

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