Sukanti Ghosh is Senior Vice President at Albright Stonebridge Group, part of Dentons Global Advisors, and leads the firm’s South Asia practice.
Mr. Ghosh has significant experience advising leading corporations, alliances, associations, and civil society organizations on effective engagement with national and state governments. His expertise includes market access, tariffs and trade barriers, regulation, investment-linked policy incentives, economic development, healthcare, responsible food marketing to children, intellectual property rights, education, and sustainable development.
Prior to joining ASG, Mr. Ghosh led the India operations of APCO Worldwide, as Senior Director and Managing Director, based in India (between 2010 – 2016) and then, Houston, Texas (between 2016-2018). During this tenure, Mr. Ghosh served as the Asia lead for APCO's Responsible Business Council and was part of the company’s global healthcare leadership team.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Ghosh worked in the banking and financial services industry across the Middle East and South Asia, where he successfully built and managed corporate and product brands, launched new institutions, and supported M&A efforts.
He served on the National Executive Board of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in India in 2015 and 2016, including as Vice Chair and Western Regional Chair.
In the United States, Mr. Ghosh sits on the US-India Gas Task force, and is also on the Board of Directors of Children At Risk -- a Texas-based 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on working with legislators on key children’s issues such as early childhood, food and nutrition, education and human trafficking. He has also been a jury member for the Bronze Quill Awards at International Association of Business Communicators Houston, the CSR Healthcare Awards in India, and the prestigious Public Affairs Asia awards for several years running.
A prolific writer, Mr Ghosh has been published in a variety of mainline and business newspapers and magazines around the world on matters as diverse as foreign policy, corporate strategy, workforce development, corporate social responsibility, and crisis and brand strategy.