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Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee

Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee
Founder & CEO-Eikam |Board Member| Oxford Chevening Fellow
Eikam Resonance

Eika Chaturvedi Banerjee is one of India's leading Women Business Leaders and has, in pursuing her purpose, founded 'Eikam Resonance' - an organisation, where she, along with her community of researchers and facilitators, delve into ancient wisdom to solve contemporary issues. Among other initiatives, Eikam also blends modern-day management practices, leadership frameworks & corporate strategic directioning with perspectives imbibed from time-tested ancient wisdom, history, mythology and literature.

A Chevening Gurukul Fellow for Leadership & Excellence from the University of Oxford, Eika is also, by training and passion, among the leading Corporate Mythologists in India, best-selling author of 52 Red Pills, and a sought-after speaker on matters of organizational & personal transformation, meaning & engagement, diversity & inclusion.

Eika's business experience over two decades spans Private Banking, General Management and Entrepreneurship. Post her MBA, she started her professional life as a Banker with over 12 years of core operating experience in various Business Leadership roles with Standard Chartered Bank, ABN Amro (now RBS), Citibank & Kotak. She then gained entrepreneurial skills operating her Wealth Consultancy 'Finsutra', both in India & Singapore. In her last corporate role, for over 6 years, Eika has been the CEO of Future Sharp Skills Ltd (a Public-Private Partnership between Future Group & National Skills Development Corporation) - India's leading Skills, Talent and Leadership Development organisation. From 2020, she serves as an Independent Director on the Board of the same Company.

Eika's living is deeply immersed in her age-old Indian wisdom, and she regularly draws upon her Indian blood memory for her unique pedagogy. She is the founder-curator for Aakhyaan since 2014, India's first-ever Annual Mythology festival, a knowledge platform that she has conceptualised with the Department of Sanskrit, University of Mumbai - integrating the corporate world, academia, and popular culture. Over the last few years, she has also built a "phygital" knowledge sharing platform, the 'Banyan Insight Talks' (BITs), a curated series of gatherings with experts, practitioners, believers and seekers across the East and the West.