Born in Bhavnagar in 1967, based in Ahmedabad (India), working in the field
of education with more than 20 years experience in teaching both adults and
children. Subjects taught include French, English Literature,
Theatre and Theory of Knowledge.Vast experience in teacher training at national and international level, journal-
ism, as a television presenter and script-writer for educational documentaries,
conducting workshops for parents, giving lectures and presentations on edu-
cational issues.Written and oral fluency in Hindi, English, Gujarati, French and oral fluency in Punjabi.
Mr. G.K. Swamy has a Masters degree in Economics from the Madras University and has extensively provided financial consultation to entrepreneurs in the field of capital investment decisions, working Capital Management, Exchange and Export Risk Management etc. After a long and successful career spanning 35 years, he chose to spend his retirement years in the verdant Himalayan foot hills; in 1997 he relocated from Bombay to Uttarakhand.
He and his wife Chinni chose to devote their time and resources to provide constructive interventions for the empowerment of their backward rural community. He has been a true Captain – leading from the front, never losing focus and practicing exemplary standards of code and conduct which are now woven in the very fabric of our work culture.
His wife Chinni heads the “Stree Shakti” wing of the Society, which deals with the creation of designer handmade patch worked quilts and other quilted products with the help of over 140 women hailing from villag
Venkatesh is a journalist who runs NetaData.in, an independent, non-partisan service focusing on Indian politics and policy. He is a Chevening scholarship holder at the University of Oxford, where he earned a Master's degree in contemporary Indian studies in 2010.
This year, he is also a Tow-Knight Fellow at the Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism in New York. Just prior to this, Venkatesh was Editor, The Quint and Director of Communications at Change.org India. For 9 years, he was a Senior Anchor at CNN-IBN. He has covered politics, crime, business and sports as a journalist. Venkatesh lives in New Delhi, but is from Bangalore.
A 17 year boy studying at Eicher School , Green School reformer, Bringing change via Students , Activist
A large number of Indian populations are school going children and if they unite towards good cause can bring bigger changes in society
Kabir is an architect based in India with extensive experience on developing learning environments of schools
and pres-schools in rural as well as urban areas. His work has been listed as amongst the 32 ‘Great stories of
change - Inventive Indians’ in 2009. Kabir was elected to become life time Ashoka Fellow by Ashoka Innovators
for the Public in 2012. With, Preeti, his wife and partner, he co-founded VINYÃS in 1996 – to undertake
innovative, application oriented, interdisciplinary research and design, build capacity and provide policy support.
Serial Technology Entrepreneur
Parth Saxena is a serial technology entrepreneur. He bootstrapped his first venture with $300 at the age of 23 and profitably scaled it across parts of Asia, South America, Europe and North America. An alumnus of Stanford University's Graduate School of Business, Parth is passionate about working on disruptive technological innovations that lead to widespread, sustainable global impact. Parth likes to use his free time to travel, play music, read and write.
Rahul is the Founder Director at MITRA and looks after Overseas volunteering and recruitment initiatives. Rahul is an Alumnus of IRMA.
Rahul Nainwal, the founder of UnLtd Delhi, is a serial social entrepreneur. In 2001 he co-founded iVolunteer and introduced the concept of formal volunteering in India. In 2004 Rahul created iVolunteer Overseas, a first of its kind in India that sends Indians to volunteer in other countries. Till 2012 Rahul was responsible for creating the learning systems for the ICICI Fellows program and has now initiated the India Fellow program. Rahul is an alumnus of Institute of Rural Management (IRMA) and THNK – The Amsterdam school of creative leadership.
31, Engineer – MBA by Education, worked for 3 years in corporate and 3 years in NGO and -Alternative Schools, finally took to natural farming and rural life. Experimenter, risk taking and believes in enjoying every bit till it lasts.
Eicher School Alumni ,A trained broadcast journalist from University of Leeds, UK and a strong advocate of equal rights, Shubham is the visionary behind FSOG. She is the Editor-in-Chief and leads the team in multiple areas such as scaling strategies, fundraising and running overall operations with focus on LGBTQ awareness programmes and social justice.