Ashni Mohnot is Founder and CEO of Enzi, a company that lets people invest in students' education in return for a share in their future income for a fixed period of time. She has been selected a 2010 Fellow for the Echoing Green social entrepreneurs fellowship. Enzi was featured in Forbes and The Economist. After living in Mumbai, India for 18 years, Ashni attended Stanford University, where she studied Human Biology (International Health focus) and English (fiction focus) undergrad, and International Education (Administration and Policy Analysis track) for her graduate degree. Ashni was Director of Education for Stanford’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute for four years. She was also the first Director of Gumball University at nonprofit Gumball Capital and a key member of the Executive team at Mobile Metrix. Ashni was a contributing writer for PopTech on social entrepreneurship, international development and innovation, covering SoCap09, and has helped judge Stanford’s Social Entrepreneurship Challenge the past two years.