Anireddy (Sudi) Reddy




It is my belief that business is an extremely effective vehicle of empowerment: it allows people across the world to access economic freedom, gain independence and think more critically about the world around them  As an AWIB scholar, my hope is to be an instigator of this empowerment by leveraging my business knowledge to create these opportunities for others. I whole heartedly thank AWIB for this award – with it, I can take one more step forward in obtaining the skills necessary to create mechanisms that can empower others and alleviate inequities around the globe. 

- Anireddy Reddy, Class of 2014

Anireddy (Sudi) Reddy grew up in Fort Collins, Colorado and is a junior in the Wharton School of Business at the Univeristy of Pennsylvania, concentrating in Management and Social Impact & Responsibility with a minor in International Development.

Sudi is very active in the Wharton and UPenn community.  She is the president of the Penn Society for International Development (PennSID), an organization dedicated to bringing a comprehensive and interdisciplinary perspective to the many issues surrounding international development.  Over the past year Sudi has led many PennSID events on campus including an annual photo exhibit fundraiser in support of local non-profits, and a social impact geared hackathon that develops free, usuable applications for non-profit and non-governmental organizations.  She also serves as Executive Vice-President of the Wharton Management Club where she leads new member recruitment and three subcommittees.

Sudi firmly believes that business is an extremely effective vehicle of empowerment and has the unique capability to change the course of history.  She hopes to be an instigator of this change by leveraging her business acumen to create opportunity for others.  To this end, she has spent her summers consulting for nonprofits in Thailand and India researching new methods for organizations to raise brand awareness and become financially sustainable.

She is the recipient of the Robert C. Byrd scholarship, the Leadership and Academic All-Star Award in Colorado, and the Center for Advanced Study of India Summer Travel fellowship.  



Powered by CitySoft Community Enterprise