Bindu Subramaniam is an entrepreneur, singer/songwriter and educator. She is the co-founder and CEO of SaPa and the lead vocalist of SubraMania and the Thayir Sadam Project. She has been named as an icon of South India 2021-22 by Femina magazine and won the 2022 Women Who Lead National Award for CEO of the Year – Art & Music. In 2021, Bindu received 4 awards: she was named among Business World’s 40 under 40, Business World Disrupts top women achievers, AdGully’s top women disruptors, and the Indian Achiever’s Club’s 40 under 40, and was named among GQ’s 25 most influential young Indians. Bindu has been described as a “Bangalore woman educating children differently” by Femina and a “third-generation prodigy” by the Hindustan Times. She has delivered multiple TEDx talks, has a regular column with The New Indian Express, and writes for the Economic Times HR, The Hindu, Education World, and other outlets. She has a PhD in Music Education, an MPhil, a master’s certificate in songwriting and music business, a diploma in Montessori education, BaLLB, LLM and completed the Stanford Seed Transformation Program.