“There is a momentum both in terms of the quantum of amount spent and the number of companies spending on CSR. While the focus of a large number of companies continues to remain on education and healthcare, there also seems to be a focus on innovative practices and visibility of efforts. In the future, I see a trend moving towards creating impact at scale through incubation of social enterprises. A significant effort will also be invested in measuring and assessing impact of the money spent.”


Dr Meenu Bhambhani she has been leading Corporate Social Responsibility function for over 10 years now has close to 20 years’ of experience in creating inclusive solutions for the underserved and unrepresented communities at Mphasis. A person with disability herself, prior to joining Mphasis, Meenu spent 10 years working in diverse fields including teaching English Literature, implementing policies as Assistant Commissioner – Disabilities with Government of Rajasthan, consulting with the World Bank and advocating/ spearheading policy advocacy for people with disabilities through a non-profit organization. She has been a researcher of disability studies. She has been widely recognized for her contribution to the field of CSR and disability inclusion. In 2010, she won the President’s National Award in the category of Best Individuals Promoting Employment Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities.