We are reimagining how Indian businesses can build open and inclusive workplaces. We are a team of scientists, sociologists and lawyers who believe that data and science can overcome barriers to enabling diversity and inclusion in an organisation. Which is why we are pioneering data-driven approach to diversity and inclusion.
We partner with business of all types and sizes – from a large software enterprise that's interested in attracting more women developers to a national retail chain that wants an inclusive culture on the shop floor. We work closely with leadership and HR heads to design bias free
We serve as external member to the Internal Committee (IC) of several companies. Our data driven approach assists leadership better understand employee’s experience of company culture and helps you stand out as an employer of choice!
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Founder | LinkedIn
A scientist by training, Ishani has a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Brown University and has been a post-doctoral fellow at University of Oxford and Kings College London. Most recently she was a researcher with General Electric (G.E.) where she contributed to product development in the Aerospace, Healthcare and Energy sectors.
During the course of her work, she became interested in how some companies were successful in growing an innovative and diverse culture, while many others struggled. Serein is an attempt at using science to enable diversity and inclusion and drive organizational development in every business in India.
Co-founder and Head of Research | LinkedIn
After studying Economics from St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai, Chryslynn joined the Gandhi Fellowship Program in Rajasthan that addresses educational leadership in rural government schools.
She graduated from Azim Premji University in Bangalore with a Master’s in Education. Her work at APU and in Rajasthan strengthened her interest and expertise on leadership, gender, diversity and inclusion. It has led her to understand the nuances of organisational culture and workings of diverse teams.
Chryslynn is a regular columnist with publications such as LiveMint and The Hindu and serves as external member to several company's Internal Committee (IC).