Sapna Singh Kundra joined the Results for Development Institute in September 2007. She works on health systems development issues, focusing on public stewardship of private providers and demand-side financing for health.
Prior to joining Results for Development, Ms. Kundra worked with local and international NGOs in South Asia to develop and implement education, health, and microfinance programs for rural communities. She also has several years of private sector experience as a consultant to global financial institutions at the Corporate Executive Board, a best practices research and consulting firm. At the Corporate Executive Board, Ms. Kundra helped build the company’s Operations Council program, providing best practices research, tools, and executive education to a membership of operations executives at 100 of the world's leading financial services providers.
Ms. Kundra continues to pursue her passion for enabling women and children to access high quality education through non-profit work she does in her personal time, building and maintaining primary and secondary educational institutions for girls and women reaching hundreds of Indian villages in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Harayana. She also implements a scholarship program, providing competitive, merit- and need-based scholarships for university education to students from underprivileged backgrounds.
Ms. Kundra holds a Masters in Public Health from the George Washington University's School of Public Health and Health Services, where she concentrated in global health policy, and a Bachelors degree in International Economics from the George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs.