Birju Pandya has been experimenting with Integrated Capital in family offices.
Key areas of Birju’s interest currently include inner transformation (eg eastern wisdom, embodiment), psycho-spiritual work (eg shadow, grief), and resilience (eg collapse awareness, bodhisattva path). He also engages with the topics of meat reduction, alternative proteins, regenerative agriculture, and real estate. From an Integrated Capital lens, Birju experiments with multiple forms of capital, gift cultures, and emergence-based design. He maintains relationships with many groups in these spaces, some examples below. Underneath it all is an intention to invite deeper compassion and wisdom into life.
Prior to this direction, Birju was a consultant with McKinsey & Company. He has a Bachelor’s from Arizona State and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Birju’s roles include husband, father, volunteer, friend. He is the son of first-generation Indian immigrants, and lives with his family in Sonoma County, CA. A few values that Birju holds dear – vulnerability, gratefulness, sincerity, equanimity, joy. His writings are available on his personal website.
Family Offices: Mobius, Armonia
Food/Animals: Farmed Animal Funders, Food Solutions Action
Inner Transformation: ServiceSpace, Dharma Realm Buddhist University
Resilience: Deep Adaptation Forum, OMEGA: Resilience Funders Network