Harini Calamur works at the intersection of Audiences, Technology, Content, and Academia
With a career spanning 25+ years, her primary focus has been to make high-quality education content accessible to diverse audiences.
At impact science she works with Governments, Funders, Universities, and Research Institutes, to take their research to specific niches that can act on it, creating impact.
She is a regular columnist with leading publications writing around Technology, Disruption, and Economics. She also writes on Gender, and Rights.
She is visiting Faculty at leading universities - teaching programmes around Digital Democracy and Citizenship – looking at how digital access and digital monopolies impact individual rights, society, and democracy.