Satya Brata Das, Board Member
A seasoned policy guru and strategic adviser with a proven record of success, Satya Brata Das is a co-founder of an advisory for leaders.
Satya spent the last quarter of the 20th century in journalism, including more than two decades as an influential editorialist, columnist, and foreign correspondent.
He is a best-selling author of three books, and a frequent commentator and public speaker in both national languages, in media and on stage.
Satya’s volunteer work is deeply informed with a lifelong commitment to human rights as a way of life, and the principles of human dignity espoused by M.K. Gandhi.
His community service includes leadership in heritage, culture, and the arts. He is a co-‑founder of Daughters Day, a grassroots initiative to affirm the human rights of girls and women by celebrating daughters.
Satya’s volunteer work has been recognised with the City of Edmonton Citation Award for lifetime services to human rights and culture, the Alberta human Rights Award, and the Alberta Centennial Medal.