Pramilla Ramdahani is Founder and CEO of the Community Innovation Lab, an organization, designed to equip young people with opportunities to create (entrepreneurial projects), experience (immersive work placements) and transform (communities through the creation of world-changing projects). Over the past five years, Pramilla has been instrumental in designing and piloting a number of programs in collaboration with cross-disciplinary partners, including the Durham Ideas Den, NEET Youth Incubator, Social Enterprise Accelerator and The Refinery, a Women's incubator.
Pramilla is also an Adjunct Faculty Member and a Business mentor at the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business at the University of the West Indies, and an Instructor in Social Innovation at Trent University Durham. Pramilla also serves as Vice Chair on the Board at the Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery in Oshawa, was the Vice Chair of the Durham Workforce Authority and Past Chair at the Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant Review Team for Durham, Halliburton, Kawartha and Pine Ridge.
Pramilla holds an MBA in Community Economic Development, a BA in Sociology and completed an Executive Program in Social Entrepreneurship at the Stanford University.