Bindu Subramaniam

Bindu Subramaniam is a singer, songwriter, and Co-Founder and CEO of SaPa. She is passionate about using intercultural perspectives and trans disciplinary education to create a systemic change, and develop cultural democracy and 21st century skills in children. With that in mind, she co-founded the SaPa in Schools program with her brother Ambi Subramaniam in 2014.

Bindu was one of India’s first educators to develop a toddler-focused musical training module and has co-authored 15 SaPa textbooks in total. She was listed as GQ’s 2021 list of 25 most influential young Indians, and was named among BusinessWorld’s 40 under 40. She is a part of the Stanford Seed Transformation Program (cohort of 2020), has a master’s degree in law from London University, a master’s certificate in songwriting and music business from Berklee College of Music, a Montessori diploma, an MPhil, a PhD in Music Education. She was a part of the 2018 cohort of the Australia India Youth Dialogue.