Duleesha Kulasooriya is the Managing Director for Deloitte’s Center for the Edge, Southeast Asia – part of a global management research institute exploring the edges of business and technology. Over the past decade they have explored how the world is changing in very dramatic ways as a result of ever evolving digital infrastructure and liberalizing public policy, and its implications to us as individuals and institutions.
Duleesha has researched, written and spoken extensively about dynamic ecosystems, emerging business landscapes, rethinking the role of firm and individuals in the form of institutional innovation, the future of work, and about relevance of ‘edges’ such as the Maker Movement, the Sharing Economy, Transformative Technology and Burning Man.
Duleesha has an MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, a BS in Engineering and a BA in Economics from Swarthmore College.
Duleesha was born in Sri Lanka, studied and lived in the US for nearly three decades. He and his wife recently relocated to Singapore with three exuberant boys, a cat that thinks it is a dog, and just adopted a shelter dog to add to their family.