Sanjay Khanna is a futurist, speaker, thought leader, and current futurist-in-residence with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. He studies how key megatrends impact mental health, productivity, and decision making among leaders and citizen-consumers. In 2009, Sanjay launched the world’s first conference on how climate change affects human psychology, society, and culture. He was among the twenty-one global experts interviewed for KPMGInternational’s report Future State 2030: The Global Megatrends Shaping Governments, and Corporate Knights magazine named him “an exemplar of social well-being.” Previously, Sanjay was a visiting scholar in strategic foresight and the inaugural resident futurist at the University of Toronto’s Massey College.
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