ISB alumnus Mohanlal receives Global Influential Leaders Award

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Don Mohanlal, an alumnus of Indian School of Business (ISB), has been recognised as one of the first 100 AACSB Influential Leaders.  Mohanlal, a native of Sri Lanka, studied at S.Thomas’ College, Mount Lavinia, and  graduated from the ISB’s Post Graduate Programme in Management for Senior Executives, PGPMAX in 2012. Currently he serves as the Executive Director, Innovation and Impact, at the National 4-H Council, USA.  “I am both humbled and honoured by this Award,” Don Mohanlal said in response to the announcement. 

“ISB brought together a world class faculty and an accomplished group of leaders as my classmates. 

Global in outlook, it gave me an opportunity to study and to value innovation and impact on its Hyderabad Campus, Wharton, Kellogg and Fundação Dom Cabral in Brazil. It also afforded me opportunities to walk a path to be a servant leader in today’s world. ISB is a role model of what a business school ought to be in a middle-income or an emerging market. And I truly benefited from it.”

Mohanlal is Vice Chairman at the Nand & Jeet Khemka Foundation, a philanthropic entity of the Khemka Family, dedicated to making a substantial impact on the reduction of poverty, with a deep commitment to innovative collaborative and partnership approaches in the areas of integrated rural development, climate change, social entrepreneurship and school-based leadership development with values.

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