Dipti Pratt

Dipti Pratt is a member of the Team Tarlton board of directors. Dipti has fifteen years of experience scaling for profit and nonprofit organizations. She has deep expertise in corporate and individual social impact, marketing, business development and partnerships working with both entrepreneurs and multinationals.

Dipti works with a wide range of companies looking to build and sustain positive social impact within their culture, individuals looking to leverage their personal resources for social good and to nonprofit organizations seeking to scale and grow their vision and mission so they may increase the reach of their work.

Most recently Dipti was a vice president at The Philanthropy Workshop, an organization founded by Hewlett and Rockefeller to help individual philanthropists define and maximize their social impact goals. As a member of the executive team, Dipti led the West Coast office, partnerships, alliances and marketing for the organization.

Dipti was the founding executive director of Pledge 1%, building and spearheading a movement of social impact in the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Leveraging Salesforce’s unique 1-1-1 philanthropic model, Dipti helped hundreds of companies, venture capitalists and incubators globally commit to allocating and contributing untapped corporate resources for their communities.

Prior to Pledge 1%, Dipti was a vice president at UpLift, a tech startup focused on travel. Dipti also worked as the marketing partner for the development and corporate responsibility departments at Silicon Valley Community Foundation and was responsible for marketing and business development at Entrepreneurs Foundation. Prior to her work in the impact space, Dipti spent four years in the biotech sector.

Dipti holds an MBA and Bachelors of Art in English from Santa Clara University.

Additionally, Dipti serves on the Advisory Board of GreenlightFund and is the Bay Area lead for IMPACT2030. IMPACT2030 is the only business led effort designed to address the UN Development Agenda through collaboration.