Guide & Mentor - Dr. Anjlee Prakash
‘Educate, Innovate and Transform’ has been Dr. Anjlee Prakash’s mantra throughout her life. A highly experienced educator she co-founded one of the most successful educational companies in India. Today, her consulting experience includes several reputed national and international organizations in addition to developmental organizations working in the education sector, Departments of Education, curriculum framing bodies and multilaterals among others.
A Ph.D. in Education, she has over 28 years of experience as a techno-pedagogic and has played a key part in developing and launching some of the most successful philanthropic ‘technology in education’ programs for partners in India.
Dr. Anjlee’s experience covers a broad spectrum ranging across public enterprises to private sector, from government projects to NGOs, where her inputs on how education policy and practice can shape the future generations to be successful in their lives have been much valued.
Dr. Anjlee Prakash is the founder and chairperson of Learning Links Foundation, a Not for Profit Organization, working extensively in the education development domain. The Foundation has undertaken the largest professional development initiative in India and to date impacted over 2.1 million educators and youth across the country.
Apart from playing a key role in the Not-for-Profit sector; Dr. Anjlee Prakash is a nominated member of the National Cooperative Committee and has greatly contributed to furthering entrepreneurship and collaboration among women through the effective use of technology. As a testament to the success in supporting the creation of a responsible digital environment, LLF was awarded the FOSI award by Family Online Safety Institute in Washington for outstanding achievement in Online Safety, 2015.
Dr. Anjlee Prakash travels extensively, participating and presenting at various national and international seminars and conferences and is well known for her contributions in the fields of educational technology and pedagogy.
Speaking at the Launch of ‘Learning Olympiads’ – DCCWO 2017-18, Dr. Anjlee Prakash said, “We wish to encourage each individual to participate in adopting, adapting and automating simple tasks as fundamental principles of learning thereby opening more job opportunities for our future generations. Since we are today in a digital era, this Olympiad is a contribution towards making our young generation smart and responsible Netizens. LLF considers this Olympiad more as a cause rather than an isolated program or contest.”