Founder and Director- Inspire Institute of Sport & CEO - Bengaluru FC
Parth Jindal is the MD of JSW Cements and CEO of Bengaluru FC, one of India's most successful professional football clubs. Having launched the Sports Excellence Program, JSW Sports' flagship endeavour, the program has been a success with systematic planning and intricate detailing. This has allowed its beneficiaries to succeed on the global sporting arena. Under his stewardship, Bengaluru FC won the I-League on their first attempt, followed it up with the 2015 Federation Cup and clinched the 2016 I-League title as well, capping off a memorable first three years of existence. As Founder and Director, he led the establishment of the Inspire Institute of Sport, the country’s first privately-funded High Performance Olympic Training Centre. He also serves as Chairman of JSW GMR Cricket Pvt Ltd, where he oversees the management of the Delhi IPL franchise.
CEO, JSW Sports
A former professional tennis player, Mustafa Ghouse is currently the CEO of JSW Sports and also serves as the COO of Bengaluru FC, one of the most successful professional football clubs in India. An Asian Games bronze medallist, Mustafa continues to be acutely immersed in the sports ecosystem in India. He has served as a special invitee to the Sports Authority of India's (SAI) Governing Body (GB). He is also engaged in working closely with national sports federations, SAI and the Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs to empower Indian athletes to take the next big step in the international sports arena..
Head of Sports Excellence & Scouting
Manisha Malhotra drives JSW Sports’ flagship Sports Excellence Program which provides a wide range of support to over 30 Indian athletes in various Olympic disciplines. A former professional tennis player and Asian Games silver medallist, Manisha has been working closely with athletes over the past decade and brings a wealth of experience to the program. Previously, she led the Mittal Champions Trust (MCT), an initiative started to support Indian Olympic athletes leading up to the 2012 London Olympics. She was conferred the International Olympic Committee’s Women and Sport Award World Trophy in 2012 for her work supporting women in India to take up sport.