Ragini is on the Board of Gray Matters Capital’s investees - Indian School Finance Company and Address Health. She is also an Independent Member on Self Regulatory Committee of Micro Finance Institutions Network (MFIN).
Prior to joining Gray Matters Capital, Ragini provided strategic and operational direction to the Poorest State Inclusive Growth (PSIG) Programme, a financial inclusion project of the Department of International Development, UK which focused on 12 million low income households in 4 states across India.
Ragini also served as the Chief Investment Officer heading operations at Mi India Capital Consultants (Dia Vikas Capital), Director Training at EDA Rural Systems Pvt Ltd (M-CRIL) and as a Project Co-ordinator at CARE India. As Director of Training, Ragini had an invaluable opportunity to build capacity of senior and mid level staff of over 100 MFIs in 8 countries.
Ragini is a management graduate from Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA) and has qualified as a Management Accountant from Chartered Institute of Management Accounting (CIMA), UK.