No Changemaker Left Behind – An initiative of Agami, a program that offers high-quality, free, speed-mentorship, to the ‘Changemakers’
Every day there are hundreds of infinitely better ideas that citizens, particularly young citizens, come up with that could improve and reinvent our systems of law and justice. From ideas that increase literacy and representation to those that solve disputes creatively and quickly. Behind these ideas are changemakers and entrepreneurs, pursuing their ideas relentlessly.
At Agami, they believe in the investment of changemakers. If we can spotlight them, support them, and connect them to each other, we can create a thriving ecosystem that provides efficient, affordable, and timely access to legal resources for all. And in a quest to support hundreds of justice changemakers everywhere, Agami has launched No Changemaker Left Behind – a program that offers high-quality, free, speed-mentorship.
About the Program
No Changemaker Left Behind is an initiative as mad as the ideas it seeks to mentor.
Every Thursday evening, proven business and social entrepreneurs will spend 30 minutes one-on-one with anyone who has an idea in law and justice, to help them expand, refine and strengthen that idea.
Sachin Malhan, Co-founder, Agami and former Executive Director of the Changemaker program at Ashoka
Supriya Sankaran, Co-founder, Agami and former Director, Ashoka
Ritvik Lukose, Co-founder and CEO, Vahura
Vasudevan Srinivasan, Founder, Leverage India
Pramod Rao, Group General Counsel, ICICI Bank
Aparna Mittal, Founder, Samāna Centre for Gender, Policy and Law
Deepa Iyer, Investment Principal, Luminate (formerly part of Omidyar Network)
If you’ve got an idea that you want to bounce off someone, do sign up for your 30-minute slot (slots are allotted on a first-come, first-served basis).
If you know someone with an idea do let them know about this initiative.
Criteria of Getting a Slot
Have you worked on the idea for at least a month?
Have you thoroughly researched your area of work and the problem you’re trying to solve?
Do you intend to work on the idea part or full time for the foreseeable future?
If the answer to the above three questions is yes, then let’s do this!
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