A Passionate Team
A seasoned brand marketing professional, Rachna has a unique educational background and work experience that pans over 15 years. Driven by her own life experience, Rachna started her journey in the child development space in 2013. She founded Hatch Tact Innovations in 2015 to start-up PiNWi with the purpose of bridging the gap between careers and interests.
An SRCC, IIMB Alumnus, Ankit has been in the financial market for over 15 years. He joined hands with Rachna to co-found and start-up PiNWi purely driven by the potential of a data-driven innovation in the child development space and the impact it can create in this ever-growing market.
Dr. Namrata Goyal
A PhD in Cultural and Developmental Psychology from The New School of Social Research in New York, Dr. Namrata joined PiNWi to oversee the ongoing research, its methodology and the analysis of data. Along with published papers in her area of research, she brings on board her teaching experience in Developmental Psychology, Advanced Statistics and Research Design.
A seasoned IT Consultant, Gagan forms the technology back bone for PiNWi. With over 8 years experience running his own IT services company, Gagan has expertise both in marketing and the development end of a technology driven company. In his role consulting as CTO, Gagan has put his weight behind PiNWi to manage, mentor and build a robust technology development team.
India country leader for a leading global med-tech corporation, Probir Das has over 2 decades of experience in the industry and has been coaching and mentoring new ideas in the fields of health, wellness, education and child development for over 5 years.
Anita is a senior coach and consultant for leadership development, personal and organisational growth, diversity and inclusion, culture and values. Long years in the corporate world were followed by prolific entrepreneurship. She is the co-founder of Conscious Development, and an independent writer and editor.
Mukta contributes to PiNWi with her insights as a parent. Riding on her own versatile cultural and professional interests, Mukta is a mother mindful of her children’s potential and endorses the idea of a tool that could help her decode what drives their interests.
A 12-year-old with a sharp mind and keen interest in technology, Udai helps us keep it real. We use his inputs to constantly remind ourselves not to think like an adult while designing for children.