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Deval Sanghavi co-founded Dasra, India's leading strategic philanthropy foundation working with philanthropists and social entrepreneurs to create large scale social change. He established the Dasra Philanthropy Week (previously known as the Indian Philanthropy Forum) He has provided intelligent investment strategies to direct over USD $49 million into the Indian social sector over the past 15 years, engaging over 1,000 philanthropists, multi-lateral agencies and corporate foundations that drive the philanthropy agenda in India. 

He also initiated the Dasra Giving Circle - India’s largest collaborative giving platform that combines in-depth research, funding and managerial support to non-profits to enable scale of 15–30x. The success of Dasra Giving Circles has also been featured in New Philanthropy Capital’s report on “10 Innovations in Global Philanthropy: Concepts worth spreading in the UK.”

Deval has written articles for media publications such as Mint, Business India & Alliance Magazine and has been quoted in NDTV, Times of India, Economic Times, Hindustan Times and Mint. He has also spoken at various platforms like Global Philanthropy Forum, We the People-NDTV, The Outsider-BloombergTV, Unconvention-Forum, Maidan Summit, SOCAP, ICICI Fellows Programme and Mint Conclave.

He was recently awarded the Forbes Philanthropy Award in the 'Crossover Leaders' category for 2014 for successfully transitioning from a thriving career in investment banking to work for the non-profit sector

Deval holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a dual Honors degree in Business and Finance from the University of Texas, Austin, is a Cordes Fellow and a founding board member of Magic Bus and Shelter Associates. 

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