‘Educate, Innovate and Transform’ has always been Dr. Anjlee Prakash’s mantra. A highly experienced educator, her consulting experience includes working with several government education departments, policy makers, public enterprises, international organizations and non-profits. With a Ph.D. in education, she has over 30 years of experience as a techno-pedagogist, and is the founder and chairperson of Learning Links Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, working in the education, technology and skill development domains.
Dr. Anjlee’s expertise and her contributions to the betterment of the education ecosystem have been well recognised. She has been named as a ‘Mentor of Change’, by NITI Aayog, a policy think-tank of the government of India, established with the aim of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. She is also a Lifelong Fellow of the Aspire Circle, a fellowship of social leaders, and is a member of the committee on ICT in Education, Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI).
Recently, in October 2019, Dr. Anjlee was felicitated with the Red Bangle Award by the Women’s Education Project in New York. Prior to that she received the “Women Leadership Award for Excellence in ICT Sector” and the “Women Leadership Award for Excellence in NGO”. In 2017, she was honoured with two awards by CMO ASIA; “Women Leadership Award For Excellence In Education, NGO and Coaching Sector” and “Women Super Achiever for Excellence in Education, Coaching and Consulting”. In addition, she has also been honoured as woman of the year for excellence in non-profit management by Stevie Awards.
As an educationist, Dr. Anjlee has contributed to furthering the cause of education in the country by supporting various organizations in positions of responsibility, including Central University of Jammu, the Board of Governors of National Institute of Technology, Delhi, Learning Metrics Task Force, Brookings Institution, the CII Education Council, the advisory board of MAIT, and the consultative group for the national education policy.
Dr. Anjlee travels extensively, participating and presenting at various national and international seminars and conferences, and is well known for her contributions in the fields of education and education technology.
25 Jun 2019
Most developing countries in Asia have increased access to universal education for children, however the learning outcomes have yet not substantially improved. Often education systems are poorly aligned with educational goals. Scaling up such education systems requires a clear roadmap…Read More