Founder & CEO
Tanu is an entrepreneur with a passion for building businesses with social impact. She cofounded The White Mulberry, a responsible gifting platform for talented women in our local communities to showcase their creations and find customers to get the recognition they deserve.
She has done her masters in sociology from Mumbai India. She has been associated with several other prestigious organizations internationally including the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC). Her work has spanned leadership roles in several non-profit organizations working on issues ranging from communities in conflict, diminishing local cultures due to urbanization, the welfare of street children and networking for senior citizens. She has been an invited speaker at the British Council of India.
She was the President of the Stanford Sloan Partners Program and led several initiatives for the Sloan Partner community at Stanford University GSB.
Co-Founder & COO
An electrical engineer trained at the famed Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Juhi quit her flourishing job in a leading semiconductor company to pursue her passion to create original, custom paper craft and home decor products. Her brand 'Juhi’s Handmade Cards' soon captured the imagination of many and grew rapidly to reach tens of thousands of customers, social media followers and millions of blog views. She was a well recognized figure at the Maker Faire in the United States and Singapore where she was awarded the prestigious ‘Maker of Merit’ Ribbon in recognition of the quality of her work.
Juhi’s work has been published in leading international magazines such as Femina India and Paper Crafts Inspiration Magazine, UK. She has been invited to conduct workshops at prestigious venues like National University of Singapore, ArtFaculty and Singapore Ministry of Health office.
Co-Founder & CMO
Ever since she can remember, Mansi loved to paint. When she applied for art school, she was advised by the interview committee that she pursue a career in writing instead. Following their advice, she got a master's degree in journalism from The University of Iowa, and worked as a corporate communications officer at Unity Care Group, alumni and donor communications specialist at SJSU and SCU, and senior philanthropy communications professional at Sutter Health — finally resigning after a thriving 15-year career to become a mom. Motherhood’s initial exhausting years led her back to her calling. She began painting again to restore her sense of self. Art became her therapy and, soon, a second profession. She has experienced first-hand the struggles independent women artists face both socially and economically. Exhibiting their work at pop-ups, farmers’ markets and outside retail stores, these women are as passionate about raising their families as they’re about their chocolates, or bath salts or robots! Mansi has found the perfect intersection of her professional training and passion in her role at The White Mulberry.