Radhika Bharat Ram is the Joint Vice Chairperson of The Shri Ram Schools. Under the aegis of Shri Educare Limited, an education consultancy company, she has been instrumental in setting up The Shri Ram Millennium Schools in NCR & The Shri Ram Early Years.
Radhika has recently founded KARM Trust, which will be working on supporting girls & women from less fortunate circumstances in the area of Education & Health and creating larger awareness on Gender Equality. KARM Fellowship is their first initiative under the Foundation. Based on the four critical pillars of Education, Mentorship, Life Skills and Community Service, the KARM Fellowship aims to augment the formal undergraduate college education of young women. Designed to empower these women from less privileged backgrounds, this effort will both facilitate their ability to compete in the real world of work and contribute meaningfully to their communities.
She also serves as the Chairperson of the Indian Blind Sports Association & JPM Senior Secondary School for the Blind, the Jt. Secretary of The Blind Relief Association & the Hon. General Secretary of Delhi Crafts Council.
Radhika is a trustee of CAPED – Cancer Awareness, Prevention and Early Detection that has been working in the area of awareness creation for women-centric cancers. Radhika has been a member of the steering committee of CII Foundation Woman Exemplar Program since 2014, which promotes women’s empowerment at grassroots level.
Radhika is a Trustee of the Ananta Aspen Centre, a board member of CARE India & HelpAge India and the Co-Chair of the CII National Education Council. As a Founding member of AVPN Asia Gender Network supported by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, she hopes to help further the cause of gender equality and improve outcomes for women and girls in Asia. She has also co-founded Theatre For A Cause to raise funds for NGO’s through Theatre.
She was conferred by the Mahatma Award for Social Impact 2021 and Women of the Decade in Community Leadership in December 2019 by Women Economic Forum. She was also mentioned as one of the change makers in the book ‘Why People Give’ by Ratna & Suhasini Vira.
Radhika earned a degree in Bachelors of Commerce from Delhi University. She has participated in plays as a lead singer to raise funds for NGO’s. Outside of work, she enjoys music, pottery and she is also a runner, having completed several half marathons.