Manoj Mathew is a policy enthusiast and a leader who turns ideas into reality. He has served in various senior roles at the Centre for Civil Society, Don Bosco Tech, Lattitude Global Volunteering. He has also been a consultant to think tanks in India-Centre for Public Policy Research, India Institute and other International non-profits. He also volunteers in advocating blockchain technology solutions for the protection of property rights.
He was instrumental in scaling Jeevika: Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival as Festival Director and championing the policy reforms in the Bamboo sector in India through researched based advocacy campaign ‘Bamboo is not a Tree’.
He also conceptualized EduDoc: Stories of Education, an annual International Short Film Competition.
He graduated in Commerce, Journalism & Mass Communication and has diploma in computing. He is certified by leading training academies in Germany & US for strategic partnership building and think tank management.
Former Secretary General of the International YCS, he is well travelled, worked and lived in Manila and Paris for 7 years engaged in global advocacy for fight student poverty and peace building. He has extensive experience in project management, youth facilitation, campaigns, resource mobilization and organisational development.
He currently serves as the advisory member to the Amity Institute of Public Policy at Amity University, Noida.
Expertise: #Advocacy #Campaigns #Communication Strategy #Event Management #Facilitation #Fund Raising #Institutional Partnerships #Government Relations #Operations #Public Policy #Project #Management #Strategic Planning #Volunteer Management #Youth Participation
Alumni: Don Bosco School, Liluah | St. Xavier’s College, affiliated to Calcutta University | Asset International, Aptech Calcutta | Think Tank MBA, Atlas Leadership Academy, USA | FNF – International Academy for Leadership (IAF), Gummersbach, Germany | Acton University, Acton Institute, USA