Divya Jain is the Founder and CEO of Safeducate, India’s largest training, skilling and consulting firm that specializes in the domains of Supply Chain Management & Logistics. She spearheads the corporate training initiative by hiring and nurturing trainers, interacting with different stakeholdersto design and cost-effectively impart training sessions in over 50 cities in India.
Besides a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Hindu College, Delhi University, Divya holds an LLB degree from the University of London and a Master’s degree in Management Studies from the University of Cambridge, UK. She began her professional journey in 2005 as a financial analyst in Citibank. Divya then moved on to join Ernst and Young in India and worked as a Consultant with a number of Fortune 500 client companies, creating and validating business plans, conducting competitive analysis, and designing future business strategies for them.
In 2007, Divya joined Safexpress, India’s largest logistics and supply chain firm run by her father-in-law, Pawan Jain and her husband, Rubal Jain. At Safexpress, she spearheaded the training division along with creating systems and managing standard operating procedures for the company. During her stint at Safexpress, she realized the lack of manpower and skill gaps that existed within the logistics and supply chain workforce. Toaddress this gap in the industry and to attract more talent, Divya decided to launch Safeducate, a new firm through which she could solve the existing manpower shortage witnessed in the domain. Today, Safeducate has set up 150 centers across India and trained more than 50,000 individuals using the latest technology and innovative tools and with the help of to its rich pool of experienced, qualified and certified trainers, and subject matter experts.
Divya’s vision behind setting up Safeducate was to encourage the upcoming talent to recognize this sector as the sunrise sector and become a part of it. Through her expertise and rich experience in the industry, she has been able to identify the skill requirements at each operating level and ensure that the learning and development programs offer training to the learners as per industry requirements. The innovations and refinements she brought into the Safeducate led to the creation of e-learning programs, site audit programs, and leadership development tracks. In the next 10 years, she plans to skill and train a million people with the help of XX Safeducate institutes set up across India. Safeducate has joined hands with the government to work on skill development projects in states like Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, and Orissa.
Divya is an art collector and enjoys horse riding, reading and writing in her free time.