Divya Gokulnath – BabyChakra ChangeMakers 2021

Divya Gokulnath – BabyChakra ChangeMakers 2021

27 Dec 2021 | 2 min Read

Manisha Pradhan

Author | 1053 Articles

Co-founder, Byju’s

In a world hit by the pandemic, where education became difficult and unmanageable, innovators such as Divya Gokulnath paved the way for academic excellence. An Indian entrepreneur and educator who is the co-founder and director of the educational technology company Byju’s, Divya Gokulnath truly became a changemaker for millions of young minds.

Having begun her career as a teacher in 2008 at the age of 21, Gokulnath always had a passion for making quality education accessible This passion eventually culminated into the creation of Byju’s.

Gokulnath likes writing online about the future of education, parenting, and women’s participation in the STEM field. She believes in making children fall in love with learning. She also believes that “women have an excellent connect with children. They have a natural chord with kids.”

In her interviews, Gokulnath often mentions her mom as her biggest inspiration. She says that’s because she beautifully managed the home and worked for Doordarshan as a program executive all through her childhood.

Gokulnath spends most of her time helping children learn better through tech-enabled personalized learning programs and creating interesting and engaging stories that inspire and educate.

Through inspiring actions and unparalleled innovations, these women have paved the way for many to succeed, making them true changemakers of our country and we celebrate them today for their tenacity. These women inspire us and make us believe that nothing is impossible and anyone can become a changemaker.




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