Urban design and environment engineering seem to be ‘in demand’ areas where most of the professional movements are currently taking place. Considering country’s demography both are futuristic too and have an unsatiable demand for qualified professionals. Here is the list of professional movement in these areas in recent weeks.
Amita Ramachandran is now Chief Operating Officer at India Climate Collaborative, an India-focused collaborative that seeks to direct funding and visibility towards climate action in India. Amita is B.A. in Economics and International Economics from Macalester College, Certificate holder in Social Sciences and Humanity, Development Economics and International Development from Sciences Po.
Aneesh Kale has been appointed as Environmental Specialist at World Wide Technology, an organisation that provides innovative technology and supply chain solutions to large public and private organizations around the globe. Aneesh is passionate about working on projects that contribute to a low carbon economy while incorporating the concepts of ESG, circular economy, etc. Aneesh has done Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Law from National Law University, Delhi, M. Sc in Environment Science from Mumbai University and Masters Degree in Environment Engineering Technology from University College of Dublin.
Ar. Avanish Pendharkar, AICP, has been appointed as Center Executive Director – Center for Urban Planning and Policy at CEPT Research and Development Foundation. Avanish has in-depth knowledge and experience in managing design and master planning for large scale projects. Avanish has done B. Arch from Pillai College of Architecture, M. Arch from School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi and MCRP in Urban Design, Real Estate Economics and Land Use from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Dhanashri Bhagwat has been promoted as Consultant (Climate Change and Sustainability Services) at EY India. Her job profile includes sustainability reporting, carbon footprint, and neutrality, energy conservation targets, CDP, etc. Dhanashri has done her Engineering in Environmental Engineering Technology from KIT’s College of Engineering, Kolhapur and M. Tech in Engineering Environmental Engineering Technology from Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli.
Mahima Ratawal is now a Consultant in the Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CCaSS) team of EY India. Mahima has work experience in sustainability assurance and advisory, climate change strategy and industry bench-marking analysis for clients across diverse sectors such as chemical, oil and gas, real-estate, consumer products, automobile etc. Mahima has done B. Tech in Environmental Engineering from Delhi College of Engineering.