Entrepreneur | Economist | Photographer


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An economist by training, Navroop is currently building a FinTech company that seeks to leverage blockchain technology. She is a Research Associate at the Center for Blockchain Technologies (CBT) at University College London and Centre d’économie de l’Université Paris Nord (CEPN) and holds three masters in IP Management, Economics of Innovation and Applied Economics. A United Nations Youth Delegate for 2017, Navroop has co-authored Hyperledger’s Blockchain for Business online course.


Navroop holds a host of leadership roles in the DLT space, both as a practitioner as well as a researcher. She speaks regularly at FinTech and Blockchain conferences and currently serves on the advisory board of a host of blockchain companies, across industries. Previously, she has worked at Harvard University, United Nations Environment Programme and University of the Fraser Valley. Her research interests are focused on Distributed Ledger Technologies, Game Theory, Networks Theory and Complex Systems Science. Born and brought up in India, Navroop is currently based out of Boston (and airplanes). In her personal time, she is a photographer and a connoisseur of dark chocolate.