Raman is a passionate advocate of informed philanthropy and firmly believes in the potential of private wealth and businesses collaborating with public and nonprofit sectors to enable sustainable and just societies. Most recently, Raman led the Philanthropy & Grants division at NVPC – National Volunteer and Philanthropy Center, Singapore. Prior to moving to Singapore in 2014, she was part of the Investment team at Impetus – The Private Equity Foundation, a leading venture philanthropy fund in the UK. She holds an MBA from the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen UK and a BA in Commerce and Accounting from Delhi University India. Over her career, she’s held management roles in not-for- profit, financial service and retail sector in the UK and India. Raman is a British citizen and lives in Singapore with her two boys, one of which is her husband of course.
Aldarsaikhan Tuvshinbat is a Mongolian national with a background in real estate development, urban planning, and architecture. Before joining the Lorinet Foundation, she worked at the New York City Economic Development Corporation overseeing some of the city’s major real estate developments. Her previous experience includes leading an academic research project in the Ulaanbaatar ger districts and consulting for the Asia Foundation. She holds a BS in Architecture from MIT and a Master’s in Urban Planning from Harvard University.
Mavia is a Zurich based boutique advisor supporting private clients, foundations and institutional clients in and outside of Switzerland in effecting social change through philanthropy and social investments.