Anuradha Das Mathur

Anuradha Das Mathur is a Partner and co-leads DGA-ASG's South Asia practice. She works extensively at the intersection of the policy, business, and development sectors, and offers strategic advice to clients to help navigate the policy environment.  She brings a unique blend of intellectual insight and sound judgment to her work by leveraging her advocacy experience with strong professional networks across the country. 

She is a Director at IMA India, a niche economic, business, and market research firm that provides insights and analysis to top management audiences in India. IMA manages the country's largest CXO peer group representing more than 2,500 Indian and global business/functional heads from over 1,500 member companies. 

She is the Founder and Dean of a highly acclaimed all-women's management and leadership institute. She is recognized widely for her work in higher education, gender studies and her commitment to ensuring financial independence for women. She also founded Samarth Life Management Pvt Ltd which is India's largest community of active seniors and amongst its most trusted eldercare service providers. 

Ms. Mathur ran Businessworld, India’s most widely-read business magazine. Prior to this, she spent over 12 years with the Indian affiliate of the Economist Intelligence Unit (now IMA India) where she led the research and advisory business, conceptualized and managed a series of businesses for CFOs and CEOs.

Ms. Mathur was selected, along with twenty-five other women globally, for the prestigious Global Women's Mentoring Partnership program, a joint initiative by Fortune and the U.S. Department of State. In 2016, she was elected as one of India's ‘100 Women Achievers,’ by the Government of India. She is a part of the Yale World Fellows Program, which enables 16 extraordinary individuals annually, from across the globe and diverse disciplines. to increase their capacity to make the world a better place. 

She is passionate about the service offerings from DGA-ASG and teaches a course on ’non-market strategies’ at leading business schools. 

Ms. Mathur received an M.A. in Economics from Trinity College, Cambridge University and a B.A. in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University.

She is based in New Delhi, India.