Luis Miranda likes to connect the dots. Or in his case, people. He takes pleasure in connecting the right people who can assist with the many not-for-profit organizations he works with. Luis is chairman at CORO, which works towards empowering grassroots leaders, and Centre for Civil Society, a think tank that advocates for social change through public policy. He is also director of Educate Girls, which works with girls in neglected parts of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.

On the corporate side, Luis is senior advisor at Morgan Stanley and chairman of ManipalCigna Health Insurance Limited. He is one of the founders of the Indian School of Public Policy in New Delhi, which offers India’s first one-year postgraduate certificate program in public policy, in partnership with The Harris School of The University of Chicago. He has been involved in setting up two highly successful companies–HDFC Bank and IDFC Private Equity.

An alumnus of The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Luis is now a member of the Global Leaders Group at Chicago Booth, a Trustee of the University of Chicago Trust in India and on the advisory board of The Rustandy Center for Social Sector Innovation. He occasionally blogs for Forbes India, Thrive Global India and Spontaneous Order.

Educational Qualifications

  • MBA, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business; Chartered Accountant
  • BCom, HR College of Commerce, University of Mumbai