K. Saibaba, a former Ranji Trophy cricketer is the Founder Secretary of Sports Coaching Foundation. He founded SCF in 1991 after being inspired the State Government of Andhra Pradesh' resolution to promote sports in slum areas of Hyderabad city through Public Private Partnership (PPP) model. Mr. Saibaba is the central component of SCF's project "Build India Through Sports" (BITS). For his invaluable contributions in empowering the marginalised youth through sports, he received the "Best Sports NGO Award" from the Hon'ble President of India, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee in August 2015.
Kuntala Sengupta is an almost daily blogger of very short stories and a PhD research scholar in the Department of English, Jadavpur University. She has remained an Asst. Professor of English for the last eight years in Calcutta. She is currently working at KHUSHII NGO, spearheaded by the legendary Kapil Dev in New Delhi as the Senior Manager – Communications & Fund Development. She loves a good question to ponder over.
Meenakshi Nayar is the Founder President of ETASHA Society. She is a highly reputed developmental professional and was recognised as one amongst the top "50 Most Impactful Social Innovators" on the World CSR Day. Please use the attached image as the authors image and kindly use the second image as the background.
Peter ter Weeme
As a respected communications and engagement strategist, sustainability consultant and strategic planner, Peter’s work bridges the world of business, government, and social causes. Based in Delhi since 2011 and working globally, Peter is founder of Ethica Strategy He works with a variety of clients in India including the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, India HIV/AIDS Alliance, Sightsavers, Vedanta and Godrej & Boyce. Peter holds an MBA (with distinction) specialising in Environmental Management.
Puja Marwaha, specialises in Human Resources Development and made the transition from the corporate to the social sector early in her career. She joined CRY in 1994 to set up the organisation’s Human Resources function. In 2002 she became the Director for the Western Region, a position she held till 2005 when she moved to South Africa with her family, only to return in 2009 to the same position. She was appointed Chief Executive of Child Rights and You in February 2010.
Tanuja wears many hats. At Aon, she currently works as a Senior Director, Global Strategic Optimization and Transitions Leader, driving project management, transformations and transitions. She is also leading the organisation’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives and Women International Network for Aon India. Tanuja is a seasoned professional with over 19 years of experience, handling end-to-end project management - from designing Solutions till Go Live, change management methodology and designing training roadmaps. She is also a certified trainer at Aon for Diversity and Inclusion and have authored six management books for All India Management Association.