Neha Misra

Co-founder and Chief Collaboration Officer
Solar Sister

Neha is a social entrepreneur, poet, and visual folk artist with a deep belief in the power of human imagination and action to create new realities. Neha is a global champion for intersectional women’s rights, climate justice, and energy justice movements. She is 2017 Presidential Leadership Scholar, a partnership between the George W. Bush, William J. Clinton, George H.W. Bush, and Lyndon B. Johnson presidential centers, and Spring 2016 Fellow for the Coaching Fellowship which recognizes extraordinary women leaders globally. In 2015, Neha climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, to raise awareness about Solar Sister’s mission. Neha holds a Master of Business Economics Degree from the University of Delhi and a Bachelor of Science degree (honor) Physics degree from St. Stephens College, India. She has a certificate in design of solar energy systems from Solar Energy International in Carbondale, Colorado. Neha speaks Hindi and English, and has lived on three continents.