As a sociologist, she has provided leadership in managing projects such as USAID funded Girls and Women’s Education, US Department of Labor’s Child Labor Elimination Project, World Bank Funded Program for Accountability in Nepal. Ms Baral has more than a decade of experience as a management professional and has worked in organizations like ActionAid Nepal and Plan International Nepal as the Human Resource and Organizational Development Manager. She has provided consultancy services as an HR expert to the World Bank-funded RWSSP, World Neighbors, World Education, NEWAH, and New ERA. Ms Baral has also been invited to countries like Uganda, Thailand, and Cambodia to provide HR support. She has designed training programs, led compensation/salary surveys, provided oversight to grievance management committees, and enabled talent management programs aiming at succession planning and leadership development. A Fulbright Fellow as well as a Humphrey Fellow herself, she has also been invited as a panellist for the selection of the same by US Educational Foundation in Nepal. She is a former faculty of the Central Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Tribhuvan University and currently is a faculty member at South Asian Institute of Management where she teaches Research Methodology and Performance Management.
Dyuti Baral has a Masters in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and also has a non-degree certification from the University of Washington-Seattle in Human Resource Management.
Area of Interest: Human Resource Management, Sociology and Research Methodology