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ISB alumnus bags global influential leader award

Mohanlal, from the PGPMAX Class of 2012 at Indian School of Business, figures among the top 100 Global Influential Leaders awarded by Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.

twitter-logo E Kumar Sharma        Last Updated: September 23, 2015  | 13:51 IST
Don Mohanlal, ISB's PGPMAX alumnus
Don Mohanlal, ISB's PGPMAX alumnus

Don Mohanlal, an Indian School of Business (ISB) alumnus, figures among the top 100 Global Influential Leaders awarded by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). Mohanlal, from the PGPMAX Class of 2012 at the ISB, according to the B-school, now joins 99 notable alumni from AACSB-accredited schools who are making an impact in the world through their business acumen, leadership, or entrepreneurial success. AACSB International is a premier global accrediting body and membership association for the world's leading business schools.

Sharing this, a release put out by ISB says, "Mohanlal graduated from the ISB's Post Graduate Programme in Management for Senior Executives, (PGPMAX) in 2012. Currently, he serves as the Executive Director, Innovation and Impact, at the National 4-H Council, USA. Additionally, Mohanlal is Vice Chairman at the Nand & Jeet Khemka Foundation, a philanthropic entity of the Khemka Family."

In addition, the release says, Mohanlal has been involved in "youth development work in social spaces across the world, including the Balkans, the United States, India, China and over 110 countries. He is also a member of several advisory and directory boards for social initiatives, including the Indian School of Business, the World Bank Group advisory council of global foundation leaders, the board of trustees of AFS Intercultural Programs, and the board of directors of the AFS Foundation in Switzerland". He is also a senior advisor to ImagineNations Group, where he supported the establishment of a national framework for youth employment and enterprise in Indonesia at the request of President Yudhoyono. He serves on the board of directors of CIRD Community Foundation, Paraguay, and has also served on the technical advisory group for adolescent health and development at the World Health Organization.

The ISB release says, "Mohanlal joins individuals such as the CEO of one of the world's largest global relief services, a technology pioneer who is working to cure cancer, the founder of a global e-commerce powerhouse, and an enterprising president, attributed with reviving an international toy industry favorite. More than 20 industry sectors, from consumer products to healthcare to nonprofits, across 21 countries, are present in this year's group." The full list of recipients is available here


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