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Tshering Tobgay
Environmentalist, FEB 2020
Tshering Tobgay
Shneel Malik
Design & Tech, FEB 2020
Shneel Malik
Dr. Shashi Tharoor
FEB 2020, Inspire
Dr. Shashi Tharoor
Jigyasa Labroo
FEB 2020, Performance
Jigyasa Labroo
Jay Walder
FEB 2020, Technology
Jay Walder
Danish Siddiqui
FEB 2020, Photography
Danish Siddiqui
Nirupa Rao
FEB 2020
Nirupa Rao
Anjan Chatterjee
FEB 2020, Think / Re-Think
Anjan Chatterjee
Yuval Mor
FEB 2020, Health
Yuval Mor
Richard Bona & Kailash Kher
FEB 2020, Music
Richard Bona & Kailash Kher
Oded Shoseyov
Bio-Tech, FEB 2020
Oded Shoseyov
Tom Thum
FEB 2020, Music
Tom Thum
Lily Peng
FEB 2020, Health
Lily Peng
Dr. Shruti Kapoor
FEB 2020, Think / Re-Think
Dr. Shruti Kapoor
Karen Hao
FEB 2020, Journalism
Karen Hao
Vrishab Krishna
FEB 2020, Prodigy
Vrishab Krishna
Rishab Jain
FEB 2020, Prodigy
Rishab Jain
Hajer Sharief
Activism, FEB 2020
Hajer Sharief
Gangadhar Patil
FEB 2020, Journalism
Gangadhar Patil
Bruce Friedrich
FEB 2020, Food
Bruce Friedrich
Eli Beer
FEB 2020, Think / Re-Think
Eli Beer
Lili Haydn & Opium Moon
FEB 2020, Music
Lili Haydn & Opium Moon
Rives
Explore, FEB 2018, FEB 2020
Rives
Mystery Speaker 1
FEB 2020
Mystery Speaker 1
Mystery Speaker 2
FEB 2020
Mystery Speaker 2

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Krithi Karanth

Dr. Krithi K. Karanth (Associate Conservation Scientist at Wildlife Conservation Society) is also a Ramanujan Fellow and Executive Director of the Centre for Wildlife Studies, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke University. She has a Ph.D in Environmental Science and Policy from Duke University (2008), a Master's degree in Environmental Science from Yale (2003), and, B.S (Environmental Science) and B.A (Geography) degrees from the University of Florida (2001). Dr. Karanth's research in India has spanned over 12 years and encompasses a broad range of issues examining human dimensions of wildlife conservation. She has conducted macro-level studies assessing patterns of mammal extinctions in India, impacts of wildlife tourism in reserves, consequences of voluntary resettlement and, more recently, on understanding ecological and social dimensions of human-wildlife conflicts and land use change. She has published over 45 scientific and popular articles. She has received grants and awards from the US National Science Foundation, Indian Government, Society for Conservation Biology, National Geographic Society as well as Yale, Duke, Columbia, Carnegie Mellon and University of Cambridge. She was honored as National Geographic Society's 10,000th grantee in 2011 and selected as National Geographic Emerging Explorer for 2012. Krithi was also selected to be among India's Power Women by Femina (2012) and Women of the Year by Elle India (2013). She was recognized by University of Florida as an Outstanding Young Alumnus in 2013