Pompy is the India director of MSD for Mothers. She is a strong advocate for using market-based approaches to tackle social challenges. She has two decades of experience working in healthcare and financial sector solutions in India. While with ICICI Lombard for almost a decade, she led the development of health and micro insurance products to increase access to affordable healthcare and insurance products. She has been providing technical assistance through GIZ and the World Bank on several projects to the Microfinance Institutions, Government, Unique Identification Authority of India( Aadhaar). More recently, she offered advisory services for the development of The National Health Insurance (RSBY) for the Government of India.
She also anchored development of Aadhaar enabled solutions for the healthcare and insurance. Her experience ranges across the public, private and the development sectors. Pompy is a health and a management graduate. She went to the London School of Economics on Chevening Scholarship for a course on Leadership and Globalization. Pompy has also served as a faculty for the Wharton Executive Education program. She has won the NABARD AWARD for Innovation from the Union Finance Minister of India in 2012.
Since 2017 Pompy has been engaged with FOGSI, India for conceptualization, roll out and National Scale of the Manyata program.
13 Feb 2020
Session Description Blended finance is a term increasingly used in the social investment community to refer to the use of catalytic capital from public or philanthropic sources to increase private sector investment to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). But…Read More