Pooja Singla

Burlington Breakfast Club, Massachusetts

District 7930

Pooja Singla is a Management Consultant since 2017 helping Non-Profit organizations in Metro Boston area. She has several years of working experience in multidisciplinary domains of non-profit environment, banking, healthcare, higher education institute and government offices, in the areas of administration, management, marketing, Information technology, and research and development (R&D). Pooja has a track record of developing successful programs and maintaining strong relationships with internal/external clients. She has also been recognized for her team work. She is the Chairperson of her organization’s Technology Committee and is a member of the Marketing Committee as well. She trains the consultants onboarding for their technology needs.
Passionate about giving back to community, Pooja joined Burlington Breakfast Rotary Club (BBRC) in 2018. Currently, Pooja is serving as an Assistant Governor in District 7930 since 2021. She is also a member of the District’s Public Image and Technology Committee as well as the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee.
Pooja is a charter member of the District’s Polio Plus Society. Pooja is Past President of BBRC (2019-2020) and continues to be on Board of Directors of the Club.
Outside of her Rotary engagements, she is involved with Burlington Board of Health (BOH). She is a member of BOH BVRC/MRC Executive Committee and Chair of the Volunteer Training Committee. Pooja volunteers with the Indian Community in the area and is a co-editor of the IAB e-Magazine.
Pooja’s goals are not just to complete projects for short-term benefit, but rather to leave a legacy by enabling them to have an enduring effect for the benefit of others.
Pooja holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree, a Master in Arts (MA in English) and a degree in Computer Science.
“I am humbled by this honor to become District Governor of D7930 for the year 2025- 2026 Rotary year.
I look forward to learning more from my family of Rotarians and implying the wisdom to have another successful year of accomplishments as a team as we advance in this Rotary journey.”