Chitra Nawbatt is a multimedia business journalist and contributor to Thomson Reuters, Huffington Post, New York Financial Press TV, radio broadcast and other platforms. She is an on air anchor / correspondent in live TV news broadcasts, second screen and digital platforms. She is also a producer, writer and booker for various general and business news and interview segments. Frequently, she is a speaker, moderator and panelist at business, entrepreneurship, leadership and social forums including the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce, Harvard Business School, Rutgers University, City Government and Wall Street conferences.
Ms. Nawbatt provided business development consulting to various business, entrepreneurial and not for profit organizations. She led business and client development at an entrepreneurial capital solutions firm for small business. Previously, she worked for Deutsche Bank as a Chief Administrative Officer and in the areas of Global Banking, Regional Management and Finance. Prior to that, she was with CIBC in Risk Management and Ernst & Young in Advisory and Assurance.
Ms. Nawbatt has been actively involved in various leadership and philanthropic activities such as being an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers Business School, a Board and Faculty member of the PACE University COAP Program, mentor/coach to global entrepreneurs and not for profits, and a team leader of researchers for a Social Competitiveness Index for the World Economic Forum.
Ms. Nawbatt has her Certified Public Accountant designation and was educated at Harvard Business School, Harvard University and Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.