Sindhu is passionate about promoting more collaborative, equitable and community-centered philanthropy through her consulting. She brings nearly 20 years of experience leading facilitation, strategy, business planning and assessment projects for both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. In her role, Sindhu also co-leads strategy and business planning for The Giving Practice (TGP). She has launched special initiatives for TGP and Philanthropy Northwest including the first class of Momentum Fellows and several peer cohorts of CEOs and trustees advancing diversity, equity and inclusion.
Prior to joining TGP, Sindhu held roles at the Center for Effective Philanthropy and in the strategy and operations division of Deloitte Consulting LLC. She began her career in fund development and advocacy through work with the Community Housing Partnership in San Francisco.
Sindhu holds an MPA from Columbia University and a B.A. with honors from UC Berkeley. She is a graduate of Leadership Tomorrow and a former board member of 501 Commons. Sindhu loves chocolate, yoga and enjoying the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with her family.
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