President, World Forum for Ethics in Business

“Given the immense importance sports have gained in todays society, a focus on true sportsmanship and the discussion on ethics in sports have become more relevant than ever.”

Rajita is a humanitarian, an educationist, a writer, a leadership guide and a global leader. She is the President of the World Forum for Ethics in Business and a Board member in a number of non-governmental organizations at a national and international level.

She helps organizations globally to achieve excellence in governance, finance & administration. She is committed to create global advocacy to inspire individuals and corporations to embrace an ethical way of life. She has been instrumental in leading a number of action-oriented initiatives towards this goal.

Apart from global responsibility of WFEB, her key current projects include the launch of the prestigious Sri Sri University in India, global design & roll out of TLEX & overseeing the administration of over 100 educational institutions. Her expertise lies in leading large, multicultural, multi country, diverse teams to unleash their full potential and fulfil their vision.

She travels the world addressing various international fora to advocate the message of excellence, ethics and human values. Before committing her life to society 3 years ago, Rajita was a banker for 18 years with Citi. She held many international leadership positions in her career, last of which was Asia Pacific Head for Customer Advocacy & Training for the Retail Assets Business. Considered an expert in her field, she designed 85 management exercises and learning tools released in a book Focus Forward.

She has won 17 awards for professional excellence in her field and has clocked over 1 million man-hours in training and development of over 100,000 participants.