Madhumita is a passionate crusader of causes that benefit human beings and the environment. During her 30 plus year career in corporate finance she has expressed her passion and commitment by contributing her skills and expertise to a wide variety of nonprofits. Among these are the Living Legacy Project, Butterflies USA, Seeds of Peace, Amnesty International, Clearwater Sloop, Walkabout Clearwater Sloop, Habitat for Humanity, American Red Cross, Princeton Folk Music Society, Tribes Hill Artists Co-Operative, McCarter Theater, and the Financial Women’s Association, for which she served as mentor for numerous young women at Seton Hall University.
During the last several years, Madhumita’ s focus shifted to more formally supporting nonprofits. She formed Madhumita Chakrabartti Consulting, a financial advisory firm serving nonprofits and independent business owners.
Prior to joining GreenLight Fund in 2023, she was the Director of Finance and Operations at The Petey Greene Program in Princeton, NJ – a nonprofit that is transforming pre-collegiate education for currently and formerly incarcerated learners and educating justice-oriented citizens. Before that, Madhumita was Director, Financial Planning and Analysis at Parker Health Group, a nonprofit aging services organization. Her corporate finance career included executive positions at Covance (now LabCorp), Covidien (now Medtronic), and Starwood Hotels (now Marriott).
Madhumita holds a master’s in public accounting and a master’s in business administration in finance from Pace University, and a bachelor’s in English literature from Calcutta University. She is a graduate of the Robin Hood Foundation and Commongood Careers’ Non-Profit Financial Management “LeaderLink” program.
“I would like to be known as a person who is concerned about freedom and equality and justice and prosperity for all people.” ― Rosa Parks