During his tenure as the Chairman of Tata Sons, the group revenue increased manifold from $5B to $100B. In addition to India’s second-highest civilian award, the Padma Vibhushan, he has been appointed Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire and lifetime achievement award from the Rockefeller Foundation. Currently, Chairman of Tata Trusts - the largest private-sector-promoted philanthropic trusts in India, trustee of Cornell University and the University of Southern California. Mr. Tata holds a Bachelors in Architecture from the Cornell University and Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School
Nandan Nilekani is the Chairman of Infosys. Subsequent to Aadhar, Nandan has spearheaded architectures for national scale public good platforms popularly known as India Stack. Innovations he has mentored include the GSTN, ESign, UPI. Most recently, Nandan has co-founded philanthropic platforms like EkStep (universal literacy), Avanti (financial inclusion) and the Societal Platforms think tank. Time magazine listed him as one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2006 & 2009. Nandan holds a B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay.
Dr. Kelkar was the Chairman of a committee constituted for Revisiting & Revitalization the PPP Model of Infrastructure Development and the Chairman, Forum of Federations, Ottawa from January 2010 to March 2013. He was the Chairman of the Finance Commission in the rank of a Union Cabinet Minister, 2010. Earlier, he was the Executive Director for India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Bhutan at the IMF. He has held positions of Finance Secretary, GOI; Director & Coordinator, International Trade Division, UNCTAD, Geneva; Secretary, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, GOI, 1985–1988. Dr. Kelkar is Chairman and member of Board of Directors and on Board of Governors of various global companies and organizations. Dr. Kelkar holds B.S., from the University of Pune, India, 1963, M.S., from the University of Minnesota, USA, 1965 and Ph.D. from University of California at Berkeley, USA, 1970.