Dr. Ranjini Manian has spent over two decades as entrepreneur, cultural ambassador, author and philanthropist connecting global citizens to India. Founder of India’s premier relocation and cross‐cultural services company – Global Adjustments. Ranjini has served on the Harvard Women’s Leadership Board and authored books such as “Doing Business in India for Dummies”, “Upworldly Mobile”, “Make it in India” and the latest book “Champion Woman Truths” – a progressive journal.
She currently serves as the Founder-Chair of Global Adjustments Foundation whose mission is to empower women and girls to live out their potential, by providing them #Championwoman life leadership coaching. Global Adjustments Foundation has already touched 500,000 lives in person and digitally. Participant groups include entrepreneurs, corporate professionals, Government workforce: ARMY, police, healthcare workers, faculty and college students. The Foundation’s goal is to reduce workforce gender gap enabling women to contribute to the GDP of the nation.
Dr. Manian studied psychology and French literature from Bombay University and Sorbonne University in Paris. She holds an honorary doctorate recognizing her leadership in promoting cultural understanding across the globe.
She is a three-decade mindfulness practitioner and coach. She serves on various Advisory Boards including Apollo Hospitals.