Lynna Chandra founded Rachel House in 2006 to pioneer the first paediatric palliative care service in Indonesia, and help champion the establishment of a palliative care ecosystem to benefit patients living with life-limiting conditions. She currently serves on the Board of ICPCN (International Children’s Palliative Care Network) to advocate for better access to palliative care for children all over the world.
In 2011, in order to champion equal access to essential services and equal opportunities for all, Lynna co-founded Absolute Impact Partners (AIP) in the hope of alleviating the suffering and indignity associated with poverty. AIP is currently active in Indonesia and Myanmar.
Lynna is an accountant by training and spent the first decade of her career in the investment banking industry. She is an Ashoka Fellow and serves on the boards of Assisi Hospice (Singapore) and Bamboo Capital Management, a private equity firm focusing on impact investment.