A lawyer whose passion led her to become a serial entrepreneur, now she is revolutionizing rural India with her technology interventions.
Rajashri began her career as a young student interested in environmental and social issues. She was chosen as a fellow participant in the Jagriti Yatra in 2011. (A Fellowship Program). She then left her corporate job to pursue social entrepreneurship, with the goal of positively impacting one million people in her lifetime. So, she initiated her Startup ideas focused on self-driving vehicles, IoT devices, and drones.
By 2025, she aims to have a good impact on 5 million individuals.
Impact Tree specializes in building and scaling technology interventions that use real time social data to scale interventions at the grass roots in rural India. Currently, Impactree is assisting in the implementation of programmes in six states, affecting approximately 6000 people.
She is the founder of Impact Tree, Zuppa, and Swayam Shikshan Prayog's partnership advisor (SSP). The US State Department named her "One of the leading women entrepreneurs transforming India" as part of the International Visitors Leadership Program -2018. ( IVLP-2018). By 2025, she aims to have a good impact on 5 million individuals. She is a member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India and holds degrees in law and business administration from IIM Kozhikode. In addition, she facilitates an 8-month series with the US Consulate in Mumbai aimed at boosting women's entrepreneurship in India.
She is also a founding member of Zuppa, an electronic embedded hardware company in the area of self driving vehicles, IOT devices and drones.