Program & Ops Mgr
- School of Public Policy
Meenu Mukherji has more than 12 years of consistently growing leadership, managerial and operational experience in hospitality, banking, and academia and has been working as a Program Manager at Georgia State University since 2015. She has been managing an interdisciplinary PhD fellowship program along with an Undergrad Summer Research program and conceptualized a high school immersion program for hands on research in different science laboratories. This program which was started as a community outreach effort was approved as a dual enrollment program because of the tremendous success and growth it has achieved. Meenu was also responsible for financial and budgetary oversight, external and internal stakeholder engagement and event management in her role as a Program Manager. Additionally, she served on the staff executive committee and helped support initiatives for staff growth and development.
Her areas of expertise include project management, relationship management, event management and financial analysis. She is passionate about effectively running current programs, conceptualizing new programs, streamlining systems and procedures, and bringing in efficiencies. Meenu enjoys working in academia as it provides intellectual freedom and an opportunity to work with exceptional students, mentoring them and making a long-term impact in their lives.
She strongly believes in the quote, “Behind me is infinite power, before me is endless possibility and around me is boundless opportunity”.
She feels learning is a continuous and ongoing process and holds a MS degree in Global Hospitality Management from Robinson College of Business and is currently pursuing an MBA degree from Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University.
In her spare time, she likes traveling, reading, and meditating.