Head – Sustainability and Special Project at Tata Trusts
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Shloka Nath leads the Sustainability portfolio at the Tata Trusts, one of the India’s leading philanthropic foundations. In this role she is focused on the organization’s work on climate, energy and environment, implementing and funding sustainable and scalable solutions that help both people and nature thrive through India. She is also the Executive Director of the India Climate Collaborative, an India-led platform founded in 2018 by a group of philanthropies interested in continuing to accelerate India’s development, while also exceeding its climate goals.
Prior to this, Shloka co-founded and was Managing Partner at Sankhya Women Impact Funds. She is an angel investor in social enterprises and has mentored organizations across sectors. She was Managing Editor for the Harvard Kennedy School Review and has spent over a decade in journalism with the BBC in London, New Delhi Television, and Forbes. Shloka has a Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and a BSc in Government from The London School of Economics and Political Science.