Raina Kadavil

Senior Analyst

Community Engagement

Raina Kadavil joins the Center for Inclusive Growth as a Senior Analyst in Community Engagement, focused on global volunteer engagement, pro bono, disaster response and Girls4Tech.

Prior to this role, Raina was a marketing analyst for Mastercard Data & Services, leading sales and marketing content creation across travel & entertainment, government and restaurant verticals and leading the team’s case study discipline. Prior to Mastercard, she worked at the United Nations, British Parliament, Beijing’s WeMUN Expo, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and more.

Raina holds an MBA with concentrations in entrepreneurship, marketing and leadership from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in International Relations from Boston University. Outside of Mastercard, she serves as the President of Urban Refuge, a nonprofit focused on using technology solutions to break geographic and language barriers and connect refugees in major global cities to aid. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the United Nations Association of Westchester and is the founder of the “It’s Her Time” College Scholarship. She has been recognized for her work by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Claes Nobel, the United Nations Association of USA, Zonta International, the Clinton Global Initiative, the Walt Disney Company and more. She is currently based in Westchester, New York.