M. B. Nirmal is the founder and chairman of Exnora International which is a civic movement in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, which deals with environmental issues.In addition to his involvement in Exnora, Nirmal is also involved in consumer advocacy, afforestation programs
Arundhati Swamy is the Past President at Chennai Counselors' Foundation. Currently the guidance counsellor in a number of schools in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. She works with individuals for self empowerment, emotional stability, personal growth and development through psychotherapy, using integrative, multi-theoretical foundations.
Prerna Kalra is on the core team of Parenting Matters - an organisation which partners with parents to build skills for a deeper connection in families. She runs parenting programs in schools, neighborhoods and business organisations which help parents in creating a nurturing family environment and raising children with compassion. She also conducts workshops on a variety of topics such as communicating effectively with children, sibling harmony, building healthy sexuality in children and fostering self esteem.
He is a Telecom Engineer by profession who worked in Telecom and IT sector.
Since 2006 he gave up his work on any monetarily gainful employment. He now works only on social causes, working predominantly on Food and sustainable agriculture.
He is also associated with ASHA- Alliance for Sustainable and Holistic Agriculture which is a national network of farmers organisations, unions, NGOs, activists and individuals working on sustainable agriculture and farmers livelihoods, there he coordinates and convenes the market related activities and works towards setting up an organic market for organic produce from small farmers across the nation.He also coordinates various food related activities promoting safe food and educating about the dangers of unsafe food including genetically modified food under 'Safe Food Alliance' in Tamil Nadu, which encompasses hundreds of NGOs, individuals, doctors, students farmers etc as a loose network across TN.