Chief, Rural Transformation
Priyanka Singh currently heads Rural Transformation program at Reliance Foundation, a decade long program engaging with over 18 million rural people including farmers and fishermen from 350 districts in 20 states, focusing on resilient lives and livelihoods.
She has over 24 years of extensive experience in the social sector which has spanned the development and CSR world. These include Seva Mandir Udaipur, InterGlobe, Water Aid India and now Reliance Foundation.
Her first stint of working with communities was with Seva Mandir, Udaipur which included leading it for 7 years as Chief Executive. She has led many strategic research partnerships with reputed academic institutions of abroad and India, including with J-PAL, George Town University, Mc Gill University and IFMR.
Priyanka has served on several Non Profit, Academic boards and Government bodies including that of SRIJAN, a livelihoods organization, her alma mater Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA). She has taken guest lectures on Management of Development Organizations at the TERI School of Advanced Studies.
As of now, She serves on the board of Digital Green India, Imago Global Grassroots India and advisory committee of Rajasthan Government’s CAG.