In the light of diversity challenges of the tech industry and the booming globalization, organizations need to recognize men as allies being a critical component of their diversity and inclusion efforts. Chaya shares 5 ways to transform men into allies for a balanced career advice and professional growth...
Topic: Philanthropist to Entrepreneur, a fascinating journey driven by a combined passion to transform the performances of businesses and lives of underprivileged children.
Topic: You need more than passion to run a non-profit. The panel discussed about how to encourage those who are already achieving, while mentoring those coming up the ladder, it's a full day of nearly unlimited exposure to women leaders and experts in their field. There will be amazing break out sessions with in depth discussions and information that will provide that missing piece of the puzzle that could change your career trajectory.
The interview by Jeanne Murphy is featured on Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce Radio, which is a unique program highlighting members and area business in a 24 hour talk radio format. Carol Gabel, of Seven Pearls, LLC, joined the conversation as Chaya discussed PamTen: its history, services, and the new networking platform 'ConnectProGlobal' and the non-profit foundation 'SOFKIN' that Chaya founded 12 years ago.
March 22nd 2017 - Gender Equality and Reconciliation International ( ) conducted a workshop for many delegates from all over the world at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UN-CSW) in New York. The session was entitled "Breakthrough in Engaging Men as Allies for Women's/Girls' Rights", and it showcased the success of the Gender Equity and Reconciliation methodology in working with women AND men for gender equality.
February 15th 2017 - The panel included entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds who shared their own experiences in starting up a venture and 'Bootstrapping For Success'. StartAP is one of the largest platforms in India of, by, and for entrepreneurs, where thousands meet, share, learn, and collaborate. This is the third edition of StartAP Fest and second one in the Amaravati region.
February 6th 2016 - The panel discussed the need for legal reforms in India with a particular focus on ‘Access to justice in India.’ Despite an increase in the number of lawyers in India, the number of people who do not have legal representation has been continuously increasing, and the importance of ensuring access to justice, national and state legal aid schemes, bringing law and technology together to address this gap (online delivery of legal services), pro-bono efforts by law firms, individual lawyers, judiciary etc.
Gender Reconciliation International ( ) presented at the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UN-CSW) in New York on Human Rights Day. Cynthia Brix and Chaya Pamula spoke about gender issues, facilitated a workshop to a group of about 100 people at the United Nations!
The start-ups need to focus on the real problem they are trying to solve, keep it simple but have a vision, communicate relentlessly and manage cash. It may be slower and counterintuitive, but you can be better off growing your small business by bootstrapping rather than seeking outside capital.
A recent study of women entrepreneurs across 31 countries ranks India a measly 29 — with just Pakistan and Bangladesh scoring lower. It’s in such times that an event, ‘She Leads’, organised by the Hyderabad chapter of the Startup Leadership Programme, aims to change the game.
The interview by Jeanne Murphy is featured on Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce Radio, which is a unique program highlighting members and area business in a 24 hour talk radio format. Carol Gabel, of Seven Pearls, LLC, joined the conversation as Chaya discussed PamTen: its history, services, and new products such as ConnectProGlobal and InStorePal.
Breaking down the Public-Private Dichotomy “Cultivating Leadership Skills for Both For-Profit and Non-Profit Sectors”: workshop focused on how business acumen, and leadership skills in these seemingly opposite sectors have mutually reinforced each other and innovative ways of connecting people's varying interests and cultivating leadership skills for both the private and public sector.
A unique interactive session providing tips and techniques to engage, inspire and influence fellow women to become aspiring leaders.
Humber Chapter, Toronto-Canada
Risk Management in the Global Era of Uncertainty: There is more emphasis to risk management than before due to globalization. Effective risk management that integrates into decision-making can help reduce the overall impact on the project and reassure stakeholders/investors that a project is being professionally managed, whilst reducing the risk of shocks and unwelcome surprises.
Money Vs Mysticism, Inter-spiritual Global Conference-Italy
Importance of money in the world of spirituality and social charity
Successes and Challenges for Development in India - An NGO Perspective, Harvard Law School, Boston
Event co-sponsored by the Law and International Development Society, Social Enterprise Law Association, and Women’s Law Association.
Pursuing your passion & career-Gayathri Women's Engineering College, India
Cultivating leadership skills and pursuing your passion and building career.