“Shortly after GGI, I joined as an Associate Consultant at Bain & Company.

This was post my graduation in Economics from St. Stephen's College, Delhi where I also led the Planning Forum as the President.

My role at Bain involved working on portfolio operations and private equity across varied sectors. It was due to the GGI prestigious masterclass, I could think through the lens of policy and core consulting, and eventually excelled in policy case competitions as well.

The mentors, Naman Shrivastava and Shatakshi Sharma, were extremely helpful throughout.”




“After GGI, I will join Bain & Company. I found out about the GGI and as someone who was interested in the consulting space I thought it would be a great opportunity to get knowledge about not just consulting but all the fields and also to network with people from diverse backgrounds.

Mainly, I think GGI is the strongest community one can get to be a part of. What I like the most is the diversity, and when all of us come together to solve problems you get a plethora of perspectives you could never imagine. Just interacting and solving problems with such people you gain lots of learnings from their perspective.”


Averi Chakraborty

Boston Consulting Group

“ Hi, Naman and Shatakshi hope you both are doing fine :) 

Have really been enjoying your posts on LinkedIn and Instagram, a big shoutout for that.

Also, wanted to inform you that I would be joining BCG the coming month and this probably would not have been possible without GGI by my side. Thanks for building this community :) ”




“GGI gave me the impetus to move ahead with my MBA at ISB, the contacts and relations I made at GGI helped me keep up the hustle and eventually I got an offer from Boston Consulting Group (BCG).

I was preparing for UPSC for almost 3 years and was unsuccessful in rounds beyond the prelims. I then applied to GGI and interacted with Naman, and understood how with every target there is a certain deadline and as time passes you need to move on. GGI was the perfect platform to do that.”


Kalash Verma

McKinsey & Company

“Shortly after GGI, I will be joining McKinsey & Company.

“Hi, I am a final-year student at Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.

I found out about GGI when I was unclear about what I wanted to do in life albeit I had figured out where my general interests lay.
That's when I searched on the internet and found out about GGI.
I signed up for GGI as I knew GGI would be a great platform to understand what I exactly wanted to do in the future as well as up-skill myself and meet great people. “

Q- What would be one word that would describe your GGI experience?


I joined GGI as an undergrad and GGI played a pivotal role in my life by giving me exposure to a lot of different industries and a diverse cohort.

Q- Your message for the cohort of 2023 ?

If you have signed up then go all in! Don't then question the system.
The instructors will share a lot of lessons.
Because the program has been built with a lot of trust, rigor and processes by the founders and mentors.”


Simar Sethi


“Shortly after GGI, I joined Kearney.

“ Hi, I am a final- year student at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.My major is mechanical engineering and my minor is business management.

A few years ago, I figured out I wanted to go into consulting. This field was of interest to me because I love learning about different things and meeting people from diverse backgrounds.

I was initially part of the GGI MBA scholar program where I attended five valuable masterclasses and learned extremely new and practical concepts in each of them. Later on, I signed up for GGI fellowship also.

GGI masterclasses not only prepared me for #consulting but also built my interest towards it. They also taught me skills that could be used in all professions, not just consulting, which was unique as well.

For me, GGI was a complete package.

Looking back, I have extracted too many valuable insights from GGI :)””




“I would definitely like to say that in my entire process of going through interview rounds and even otherwise, I had structured my answers and GGI definitely has had a big role to play.

During my written round interview with OSD to Jayant Sinha also, I was asked an assignment, one of which had to do with mitigation of climate change- a topic my team and I had worked on this particular topic on a #GGIprojects- so that really helped me because I already had a perspective on what the issue was and I could structure my answer- given the limited time frame I had.

Shatakshi was also kind enough to respond to my emails throughout my rounds and guided me factors that would majorly play a role.

Question- One word that would describe my GGI experience?


Yeah, I think it would be fascinating because of the Masterclasses. All the topics that we were going through were quite fascinating, be it #Policy or #ImpactInvesting or #ManagementConsulting, but at the same time I was fascinated by the kind of community that was being built of care and of kindness and that's very rare.

I think that's something that's really a big differentiator.

My advice while welcoming new the class of 2022 at GGI would be to go ahead with a very open mind and to learn. It's okay to make mistakes during your class or even during the zoom or breakout rooms. Learn from your peers and yes, make friends, make a lot of them.

Develop your networks through GGI because a lot of opportunities come your way also.”


Aditya Bansal

Bain & Company

“Hi Shatakshi, I got into Bain! I had it my top preference within consulting, Also got an offer to work as a trader in Amsterdam. 

Thank you for guidance and support”

“Hey Shatakshi, I'll be joining BCG next month.

Thank you so much for all the help, couldn't have been possible without you and GGI. It was a great learning experience”




“Shortly after GGI, I got placed in McKinsey & Company. In fact, I will be moving to Mumbai to work as a Business Analyst. Also after the masterclass, having won the EY Scholarship for entrepreneurship, I completed an internship at EY Global as well. [...] GGI's prestigious Policy Consulting Masterclass definitely helped me navigate through the recruitment process.

“Hi, I am Rajeshwari. I recently joined Boston Consulting Group (BCG) as a senior Associate.

I joined GGI as a part of my (PRE MBA) journey. I come from a Software background which is a world apart from Management consulting and Business.

GGI was the first time I was able to understand what businesses do and what the Industry overall looks like.

That was the first time I heard the word #StrategyConsulting and now it’s a full circle where I am a Management Consultant :)

I would have to credit #GGI for introducing me end to end to this world of Management Consulting”.

“For me GGI in one word would be ‘NETWORKING’.

I know it’s a very thrown-around word especially at B-schools and beyond but in a sense that a lot of people I met at GGI, or happened to add on Linkedin , are now working in the kind of organizations and sectors that I aim to work at or collaborate with.

So, For me who was interested in the social impact space, it was an exciting thing because, in an Engineering College, you don’t find a lot of people who are interested in such things.”

“Hi, I am Mehak Jain. I am from Delhi and I completed my undergraduation from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, University of Delhi.

My interest in policy and economics space led me to GGI. I joined GGI after 6 months in my journey with ZS Associates.

I realized GGI could help me make the transition between Consulting and Policy space, and help me decide where I want to go.
I was confused between MBA and MPP.

Eventually, I leveraged GGI as a pre MBA ecosystem and interned at BCG.”
I found my support network at GGI!“

Q- So, how has GGI helped you in your journey?

“I attended the GGI Policy Masterclass in 2020.

In those 2 days, I was introduced to multiple things-

Starting from structured thinking, and first principles, to various terminologies.

This helped me throughout my role in ZS. Later I joined GGI's prestigious Inner Circle Fellow community.

Secondly, I really cherish the GGI Networking Nights.

Thirdly, GGI has a great support network. You do not have to think twice before reaching out. I also try to give back to the network whenever possible.”


Rankarajan Balasubramanian

Investment Associate, Spark Asia

“Hi, I am Rankarajan.

I did my undergraduate education in civil engineering and postgraduation in structural engineering from BITS Pilani.

I wanted to pivot my career as my interest did not lie in civil engineering.
GGI for me was all about- 9 different Experiences in the form of 9 different Masterclasses.“

Q- So, One word that would describe your GGI experience?


The kind of cases we discussed, I had never even thought of such situations.
The cases were extremely unconventional from what we have read or studied.“

My advice to cohort of 2023 will be that there is no fixed formula.

My advice to cohort of 2023 will be that there is no fixed formula.

You could input today and receive the outputs years later.

It's the #Inaction that is the biggest disadvantage.

If you are taking any action, whatever it may be, just go with it. If it doesn’t work out, you can come back and try something else.”


Tushar Bagrodia

Kearney India

“Shortly after GGI, I was offered a role by Kearney India. The GGI Masterclass enabled me to develop a more holistic view of the manner in which public sector works in our country and the challenges that arise while working to create an impact with them.


The first time I was introduced to case interviews was also during the GGI Masterclass on my campus. I was able to understand the problems better and develop structured solutions which made me stand out.”




“I think ever since I first stumbled upon GGI, my perspective towards my career has changed immensely. My GGI Fellowship lasted 2 months from Oct to Dec'20, and it simply curated itself into a glass half full situation wherein I could scrape off the shadows of the pandemic tainted hiring freezes and just breathe and plan for the future.

GGI Masterclasses, founder office hours, peer sessions, and of course the research paper, all in unison collected my professional ambitions and shaped them in a way that I could somehow manage to achieve them. My weeks are covered with working on my bit towards social behavioral change by running my content portal @hasrat.work and working full time at IFC.”




“Soon after GGI, I actively pursued a career in Public Policy by associating with the Albright Stonebridge Group. Thereafter I began to work with Deloitte as an Analyst in their Government advisory division.

GGI has been tremendously helpful in providing the right direction to my career. The art of structuring one's thoughts and the sheer will to learn has enriched my experience of growth. My favorite aspect of GGI's program is Wiggly and Networking. It's amazing to see how a collaborative community like GGI's can foster growth amongst the members.

No matter what one's career goals are, being part of the GGI community is certainly an extremely valuable experience. Naman and Shatakshi are great mentors and have innumerable learnings to offer”


Yashasvi Ghadale

Boston Consulting Group

“Hi, I am Yashasvi, and I will soon be joining Boston Consulting Group (BCG) full-time.

I came to know about GGI many years ago through Shatakshi Sharma's (cofounder) LinkedIn posts and wished to join the cohort ever since.

I joined right after my graduation because I wanted to learn about policy.

While I already had some exposure in management consulting, I also wanted to learn more about #Policy Consulting, Impact #Investment, and #Sustainable Finance.

I have found the masterclasses incredibly valuable so far in terms of the knowledge that is presented and the way it is presented.

Additionally, I really enjoyed the masterclasses that are uploaded on Trinity as that exponentially increases the value of the entire course. Being able to hear directly from Rajat Gupta and other industry leaders was really unexpected !”




“Shortly after GGI, I bagged a Management Consultant offer at Bain & Company, and Product Management offer at Zomato

I am a final year Mechanical Engineering student at Delhi Technological University (Formerly DCE). I have always been interested in Management Consulting and Product Management. Interestingly, I was also an employee at Global Governance Initiative (GGI), which was a fantastic experience as I got to learn a lot during my 7-month stint at GGI. 

I recently received a Management Consulting offer from Bain & Company, and also a Product Management Internship offer from Zomato. ”

“Shortly after the GGI Policy Consulting Masterclass, I bagged an offer to join BCG. It was only during the Policy Consulting masterclass that I was introduced to solving cases and the world of consulting.

I can never forget that moment when it all seemed worth it, the effort that went in while preparing. ”




“Shortly after GGI, I got Impact Investment offer from Menterra Ventures

I actually used what I learned at GGI,within GGI, to get a job by GGI.

During my interview round, I was asked about a strategy case- the case became pretty easy because I had already completed my GGI fellowship. Having worked with Shreya (GGI mentor) on a Consulting Style white Paper allowed me to put the whole framework into practice.

GGI Fellowship helped fill my skills gaps as my expertise lay on the quantitative side earlier since I had gotten qualifications such as CFA, FRM, and others, but I was missing qualitative nuance in my analysis. And I had actually joined GGI to fill that gap.

I'm also glad that my fellowship helped me a great deal to grab this opportunity.”


Rahul Prasad

Kearney India

“Shortly after GGI, I got placed at Kearney India. This was possible due to GGI’s prestigious Masterclass. It was a stepping stone for me, where I was exposed to the consulting world, and learned the tips and tricks that I could apply in the consulting world. Shatakshi’s mock interviews were also very helpful during my placement season.


I was taught to approach problems in real life scenarios from the best leaders in the game. I was among one of the 5 people from my college to be shortlisted for the coveted EY Global Scholarship Internship Opportunity, and I was able to apply the knowledge that I gained from the Masterclass there as well.”




“Shortly after GGI, I was offered a role by Bridgespan. I will soon be joining the nonprofit consulting organization this year. I attended three masterclasses over a span of 4-5 months. First on Policy Consulting, second on Impact Startup and the third on Management Communications.

I had been wanting to explore the policy and development space for a while and I think the masterclasses helped me find the entry points. I have been in touch with GGI through the Inner circle and follow the good work happening regularly. It's relevant and important.”


Niharika srivastava

ipe global limited

“GGI has contributed greatly towards reshaping my perspective about my career ingraining an attitude of perpetual learning. I remember always looking forward to the masterclass weekends because they would simply be power-packed, learning-filled days. 

With the wonderful community that Shatakshi and Naman have created, GGI gave me a safe space to make mistakes; accept my vulnerabilities, make me self-aware, and give me the confidence to challenge my self-limiting beliefs. Not to mention that the community’s diversity has helped me to broaden my horizon and given me the confidence to experiment with various things. ”


Swati Sureka

Auctus Advisors, Bain & Company job offer

“I don't think getting an offer from Bain could have been possible without the community and at the end of my journey, I had offers from 3 Management Consulting firms.


Today, I am a Management Consultant at Auctus Advisors and have been working there for 7 months now before that I was an account strategist at InMobi which was something I joined right after under graduation in Commerce from SRCC. I was a part of the first batch of Impact Scholars, and it was the right thing for me that came at a right time. I attended all the five master classes, and all of those were amazing, management consulting masterclass was one I really liked and I felt it was something I really wanted to work upon.

GGI has been the most wonderful experience of my life. I was confused during my bachelor’s to immediately go for CAT and do my MBA or to switch to management consulting. I remember it was my first conversation with Shatakshi where she shared her personal experience where she mentioned how she had changed her job and you should definitely do so if you have a good reason to. I remember Shatakshi telling me how to apply and approach the interviews and the lovely support of people in the GGI community. I had superstars helping me with CV review and case preparation.

I had two key values I derived from the community.

Firstly, a learning mindset, learning from scratch about an industry, and different functions and then communicating it to multiple CXOs with confidence felt normal.

Secondly, helping each other, I couldn’t have imagined being part of such a lovely community. I have reached out to people from the community and they have always answered positively. So yes, it has been the best experience of my life so far.”




“Shortly after GGI, I joined Council on Energy, Environment, and Water (CEEW). During my interview, my research as a GGI fellow on water woes in Uttar Pradesh and Punjab came in handy for engaging discussions. GGI fellowship started during my college at SRCC. At GGI, I had a lot of opportunities coming in because I got exposed to a lot of sectors. Topics at GGI such as policy and of course consulting were extremely valuable.

I knew about CEEW because of my interest in climate change and energy security. In fact, I was also excited since the net zero target of India for 2017 was a calculation of CEEW. From what I know, CEEW mostly doesnt hire undergrads , and that is where the employment collaboration of CEEW with GGI as part of GGI's definitely helped me get noticed.

I am really happy about my work at CEEW because I am getting to work where my interest lies. I’m really thankful to GGI for getting me this opportunity and creating this opportunity for me. Question- One word that would describe my GGI experience?

I think my one word would be enlightening!

Starting with the masterclass and then the fellowship, I had a very different experience than a lot of other people. I really learned how to think analytically and apply tools from the masterclasses.”

“Shortly after GGI, I bagged an offer from InMobi for the profile of a Business Analyst in their Bangalore office. Two weeks into the GGI Fellowship, and I bagged this offer.

Being mentored by leaders like Shatakshi Sharma and Naman Shrivastava at such a young age is no less than a blessing. GGI helped me discover my true self and transform into a mature individual from a college-going ‘kid’.”

“Shortly after GGI, I bagged an offer Samagra | Transforming Governance. I have recently started my journey at Samagra and am super excited to grow! Upon joining GGI, I took a deep dive into the consulting space. This involved case prep, networking, brushing up on interview skills and so on.

All this eventually culminated into bagging offers from DCPCR, GDI and Samagra. The GGI masterclass was the turning point for me where I took the decision to pivot from UPSC to governance consulting. I'm so glad I took the plunge!”




“Shortly after GGI, I joined Sattva Consulting.

I'm a commerce graduate from Gargi college. I was working at EY as an Assurance Associate in their Private Equity team.
I came across GGI six months ago, and soon I enrolled for the Impact MBA Scholars program. And here is my GGI journey:

1. I got to learn about Management and Policy consulting at length; and it resonated with my mid-term and long-term goal of exploring and working in these sectors. 2. I became part of a very diverse community who helped me in each step of the way; frame and shape my mid-term and long-term career. 3. Lastly, I wanted to make a switch from Audit to a Consulting sector. In a span of one month, I came across diverse individuals from B-schools working at Consulting firms and got to connect Naman and Shatakshi (the founders) regarding this. They helped me end to end as a fellow later.

I finally got an offer letter from an impact consulting firm, and I am excited to start my journey there!”




“I used to work as a business transformation consultant at EY in their change management department which comes under a larger business consulting umbrella.

Within a month's time, I would be joining the Capacity Building Commission which is a flagship body for implementing the Mission Karmayogi, an initiative launched by the Prime Minister's Office. It will be the first comprehensive and streamlined attempt to prepare a report on the civil services capacity building in India. I find myself fortunate to be a part of the GGI community because this is the first time I really felt being able to engage myself cognitively with my peers, the content, and the ecosystem. I continue to imbibe the learnings and apply them because GGI ensures that you apply them”.”



TECH MAHINDRA Management Consulting

“Shortly after GGI, I joined Tech Mahindra Management Consulting Team.

Before joining GGI, I was on an exchange program at Toulouse Business School in France pursuing strategy and marketing courses. When the pandemic hit, I came back to my homeland. At this point, I was doing my #MBA from home and I was disappointed that my Master’s experience was going down the drain. That is when I thought of taking up a GGI to enhance my skills, as my learning was getting stagnated in my online MBA formal degree and I was not feeling that I was learning practical skills. 

Soon after, I joined #GGI and attended my first and one of the most interesting Masterclass was- Management Communications. The kind of people I got to know in the first class itself made me believe that I am at the right place, and I thoroughly enjoyed the class.

I also remember attending a guest speaker session on structured thinking which helped me immensely. I started my GGI journey with the mindset that I want to learn, and enhance my communication and articulation skills.

I carefully listened to every input, made well-structured notes, and revised everything I noted down. During one masterclass Shatakshi talked about the issue tree approach. I had previously learnt about the entire concept but the way it was discussed and structured in the GGI coursework was really helpful, and it helped me use the framework for solving real-world problems.

That's precisely what was missing in my traditional MBA coursework.”




“Shortly after GGI, I joined Tech Mahindra Management Consulting Team.

I joined GGI at the age of 30, which is technically a little late as I was on the other end of the bell curve.

I was considering a formal MBA before joining GGI’s Impact MBA Scholar program. Through Global Governance Initiative, I wanted to test the waters on how I would fit into the MBA ecosystem, and get a head start on gaining the necessary skills. In these aspects, GGI worked out really well for me.

It got me up to speed with for example Economics, something I had stopped studying 15 years ago. Earlier I had understood management consulting on a very superficial level only.

After GGI, I got invaluable insights into the deeper working of this industry like- what work they do as we did multiple cases ourselves during Masterclasses with speakers and outside and what kind of problems they solve.”




“Shortly after GGI, I got an offer to join The Antara Foundation.

Before joining GGI, I constantly felt that I have not done enough in life. I had been planning to do my MBA for the last 4 years but was not able to get through the GMAT. I felt I was lagging behind in my career, and I was not getting good opportunities.

At this stage, I came across GGI and I could relate to the founder's journey because I was going through the exact same journey. That was my tipping point which led me to apply for GGI Fellowship. 

After my GGI Fellowship interview, I was happily surprised to find that I had cleared the interview and got a shortlist! 

My journey with GGI has been commendable so far. One thing I realised after joining GGI is that Naman and Shatakshi (founders) reinforce that every individual is special, and you can do anything if you put your mind and energy to it. You just need to trust your own self, and keep working on your abilities to become the best version of yourself. That's exactly what I did. ”


Vidhi Singh

Azim Premji Foundation

“Shortly after GGI, I secured an offer from Azim Premji Foundation.

I started my fellowship at GGI alongside my MA Development program at Azim Premji University, Bangalore. Having been a part of Policy Consulting and Management Communication masterclasses I was exposed to frameworks that helped me understand and tackle issues at the policy level.

Better articulation and how to tell your story is something that aided me in putting my volunteering experiences in education well and leading me to secure an offer from Azim Premji Foundation as Field Associate.

I would like to express my gratitude to the diverse GGI network and supportive mentors like Naman Shrivastava and Shatakshi Sharma for guiding me throughout.”




“Shortly after GGI, I joined Council on Energy, Environment and Water(CEEW).

I got introduced to GGI through a competition that was being held by GGI.It was a national - level policy consulting challenge, and a couple of my friends and I participated together.It went really well for me, and I also got introduced to GGI Masterclasses through that competition.

My first GGI masterclass was Management Consulting and Sustainability, and that was the first time I got introduced to the world of Management Consulting.I was in my final year of Economics and I didn't have much exposure to Management Consulting or the Corporate world for that matter.

The entire 10 hours were so informative and by the end, I realized that was the most productive Sunday I have ever had in my life! Soon after, I applied for the fellowship, and I was fortunate enough to get selected.The following months of the GGI fellowship were such an enriching experience for me.”


Ayush Agarwal

eGovernments Foundation

“Shortly after GGI, I got selected as a summer intern under the policy initiatives team at eGovernments Foundation. I will be joining the non-profit organisation in May this year.

The first masterclass I attended on Product Management and Tech Ethics helped me gain a wider perspective of the complementarity of soft and hard skills. My key learning from the masterclass was that sustainability needs to be at the forefront of product innovation. The policy consulting masterclass helped me direct my efforts towards this field.

I have been in touch with the GGI community with the help of regular inner circle meetings and networking events which helped me finally land an internship in my area of interest. The co-founders place great importance on mental well-being which has enabled me to be more confident, accepting and strong.”


Ishita Jain


“Shortly after GGI, I was offered a role by TresVista.

My first interaction with GGI was back in January 2020 through the Policy Consulting masterclass, then the Management Consulting masterclass. Now it's more than a year and I continue to be a part of this immensely talented family. The masterclasses boosted my confidence and made me realise my interest for problem solving and creating impact. This eventually led me to work with Teach For India as a campaign leader, intern with Ernst and Young and get placed in TresVista.”


Sourav Panda

The Fletcher School

“I took the bold move of coupling my business education (MBA) from CEIBS with one of the best international affairs courses in the world at The Fletcher School.

The GGI scholars’ community helped me be prepared for what’s coming, especially discussions with Naman and Shatakshi, and Dean Bhaskar’s session for the scholars, but truly, you can never be ready for the abundance here at Fletcher!”


Varshini Murali

Sattva Consulting

“Shortly after GGI, I joined Sattva Consulting

'Hi, I graduated with a master's in education policy from the University of Warwick.

Post pandemic I decided to come back to India and started working in the education sector in designing curriculum for primary education.From there, I moved to the role of a program manager, where I facilitated the education of twenty first century skills in government high schools.

Thats when I believed consulting would be the best choice for me as it would hone my skills and give me exposure. I also understood the role will give me more client facing exposure, allowing for betterment of my skills.

Eventually, I interviewed for MBB, which did not go well. I lacked the guidance to crack a case interview.
That is when I stumbled upon GGI. I connected with one of my school seniors who had been a fellow at GGI who had great things to say about them.

At GGI, I believe that you have to proactively ensure that you are making the best out of any opportunity that you take.
And I do believe I have made the best out of the opportunities I had at GGI!”


Abdul Ahad Rana

Tech Mahindra

“Shortly after GGI MBA, I joined Tech Mahindra in a Management Consulting role.

'I have done my graduation and post-graduation in petroleum technology and I was working as an Analyst in Global Data when I joined GGI.
That's when I wanted to step up my professional career and join management consulting.

And I thought of applying for B Schools abroad but dedicating 2 years of my life and spending a huge amount of money wasn't feasible for me.

Thats when I was looking for alternatives when I discovered GGI. GGI's Impact MBA program perfectly fit eventually all my requirements- not leaving his job and being able to smoothly pivot into consulting.”

Q- One word that would describe your GGI experience?
'Change Maker.

After a few years of my work experience, there came a time when I wanted to change my path, but couldn't afford to quit my job or take a hectic and expensive MBA program.

GGI provided me a one-stop change-maker platform for all these problems.”


Krithikaa Kumaresan

Queen Mary Institute of London

“Shortly after GGI, I got a management consulting offer.

'Hi, I graduated with a Master's from the Queen Mary Institute of London.

After my graduation, I wanted to experience a corporate environment and eventually start up after returning from London also. I was extremely skeptical about my choice of moving back to India, but GGI gave me hope. GGI Masterclasses were very interactive and people didn't judge me. My mentor especially was very supportive.

Eventually, I was able to take help from the cohort to crack my consulting case interview too.'

Q- One word that would describe your GGI experience?


While I was already aware of some concepts taught in the masterclasses, GGI's methodology and case-based format learning were transformative.

I was able to practically apply all the concepts from economics to marketing in my actual interviews.

I was part of a diverse cohort who helped me express my opinions in a safe ecosystem.””

Bhargavi Jonnalagadda


“Graduated from Global Governance Initiative.

It was an immense learning journey through networking and industry experts.”

Maanya Charu Kalra, IFC


“I have been selected for a Consultant role by the International Finance Corporation in their Global Upstream Dept in Washington DC.

It goes without saying that my time at GGI as a fellow contributed immensely to my interview and other selection processes.”



“I have been made an offer to join as a Senior Associate at Samagra. I had applied after the GGI info session and had my final round today.”










Yashvi Churivala, PwC Deals Strategy Consulting


“I got an offer from PwC Deals Strategy Consulting!

Sessions with my mentor (Akshar) and learnings acquired during the Management Communication class were extremely helpful in every round!”

ABHINAV RAVI, INDIAN school of business


“Had one of the most wonderful Sundays in a long, long time attending the Management Consulting and Sustainability Masterclass organized by Global Governance Initiative. ”



“I spent my last weekend attending the Liberal Arts Masterclass organised by Global Governance Initiative as a part of my GGI Impact Scholars Program. Being from a commerce background, I have always been curious to explore the world of Liberal Arts and it goes without saying.

I had a very enriching and immense learning experience whilst learning and interacting with the diverse community. I am thankful beyond words to Naman and Shatakshi for creating one-of-its-kind learning ecosystem at Global Governance Initiative. Glad to be a part of the GGI family!”

FIONA d'souza, zafco


“Attended a brilliant masterclass on Impact Investing by speakers Rachana Ramchand, Ivka Kalus and Daan Besamusca. As someone without much clarity on the Impact Investments space, this session was a great value add.

Thank you Global Governance Initiative for giving us the opportunity to experience discussions on such niche topics.”

Ravali kothuri, synamedia


“One thing I am grateful for GGI is it opened my mind to explore new things. It exposed me to new domains by letting me interact with people coming from diverse backgrounds.”

Shanthan chandrasekhar, vlerick business school


“How often do you get to interact with a BCG Partner Aparna Bijapurkar.!!

Thank you Shatakshi Sharma and Naman Shrivastava for co-founding Global Governance Initiative and pushing our limits personally and professionally.”

ANISHA mansingh, zomato


“I have received a campus placement offer from Deloitte India. It is in their Consulting Departmnet, the profile is of a Human Capital Analyst.

There are so many skills that I learnt from the GGI Fellowship that I applied during the placement process. ”

NETAnya pereira, ISS ESG


“I had an extremely productive weekend at the Global Governance Initiative Impact Investing Masterclass. Personally, I was looking forward to this Masterclass since the start of GGI and I wasn't let down!”



“I just want to thank you and the entire GGI Team for facilitating the process as well as comment on the brilliant work you've been doing throughout the organization!”

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