Founder and CEO, The Lavender Spaceship Project
Pranati is the Founder and CEO of the Lavender Spaceship Project, an online STEM learning platform for young girls. Their vision is to create a generation of STEM ready girls and help reduce the gender gap in the field. With their online platform, The Lavender Spaceship Project offers girls ages 7-16 personalized classes based on age, level of exposure and areas of interest. Their curriculum covers coding, robotics, digital design and engineering. The platform also connects girls to women role models in STEM in order to build their interest and instill confidence. In addition to these programs, the Lavender Spaceship Project collaborates with corporations and non-profit organizations that aim to democratize STEM education and help reduce the gender gap in STEM fields. Pranati is experienced in curriculum design, education technology, primary school education, and business planning and operations. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics, a Master of Science in Mathematics from HNB Garhwal University, and a Master of Education in Elementary Education from Rutgers University. She serves as a Board Member and Lead for Youth Initiatives for the Singapore chapter of Girls in Tech, and is involved in United Women Singapore.