Dolly Oberoi

Dolly Oberoi

Co-founder and Chairman of the Board, C2 Technologies

Dolly Oberoi is the Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board of C2 Technologies, an online education, training, strategic human capital management and information technology firm, established in 1989. As a pioneer in online education, thought-leader, innovator, and an entrepreneur, Ms. Oberoi has dedicated her company’s mission to improving human performance. Her pioneering work in helping organizations transition from the traditional chalkboard to distributed learning environment and developing transformative enterprise-wide learning and talent management strategies has improved organizational and individual performance.

As an entrepreneur, she has served the industry with distinction in the areas of online education, training and human capital management completing more than 8,000 projects for 120 plus clients, employing 400 employees in more than 22 locations globally, and winning over 150 industry awards including OPM’s Benchmark partner of the year and two-time recipient of Department of Transportation’s Small Business of the year.

She is also the recipient of several international awards, including GovCon’s prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year; Pride of India; E&Y’s Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, Women Who Mean Business; and the prestigious Spencer Logan award.

Ms. Oberoi has spread the seeds of entrepreneurship by mentoring small businesses and has an incubator and an accelerator. She also hosts entrepreneurship Boot camps for women and students.

Ms. Oberoi is published and a frequent speaker at international conferences. She serves on several academic and corporate boards, including the George Mason University Foundation Board of Trustees; Barnard College of Columbia University, Athena Leadership Board; University of Maryland BC, School Education, Board of Advisors; Smithsonian AAPI Board, and TiE Global Board.

Ms. Oberoi is an avid outdoors person having hiked from the Himalayas to the Rockies.

She holds a Master’s degree from Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.