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Isamu Pant

Advisory Board Member


Gettysburg, Pennsylvania


Isamu Pant brings 10 years of experience in consulting, analytics, project management, and program evaluation to OPEN MINDS as an Advisory Board Member.

In addition to his work with OPEN MINDS, Mr. Pant is the Director of Business Intelligence for The Aurora Mental Health Center, a SAMHSA Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic grantee offering services to address a wide range of mental health conditions, in Denver, Colorado. In his tenure with The Aurora Mental Health Center, Mr. Pant has also held the positions of Director of Analytics and Quality Improvement Specialist.

Before his work with The Aurora Mental Health Center, Mr. Pant held multiple positions at The University of Denver, in Denver Colorado, including, Tableau Administrator and Research Analyst. Mr. Pant is also a former Research Analyst for The Partnership for Working Families, a national coalition of left-of-center nonprofits which support policies that redistribute wealth and grant preferential treatment to workers, in Denver, Colorado.

Mr. Pant was also a Consultant and a Research Associate for Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. During his time as a consultant, Mr. Pant worked on the United Nations Development Programme for Rutgers University, conducting gap analyses on gender equality programs conducted in over 40 countries. He also collaborated in the development of an analysis framework and developed recommendations for creating a sustainable and effective approach to gender equality in subsequent programmatic efforts.

Mr. Pant graduated from Beloit College in Wisconsin with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and International Relations. In 2014, Mr. Pant received a Master of City and Regional Planning (Program Evaluation) from Rutgers University in New Jersey. Mr. Pant is also a Scrum Alliance Certified Scrum Master and Certified Product Owner. Mr. Pant has completed a Project Management: Professional Certification

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