Achint has worked in the field of education for more than 20 years, focusing especially at the grass root levels. He has produced/directed films on various kinds of awareness issues in the field of medicine, surgery, sports and various socio-based themes for the common masses in Hindi.
One of his films, 'Solar Chicken Brooder' was screened at the World Women's Conference at Beijing and was widely appreciated. Another of his film -"A Ray of Hope" on leprosy patients and rehabilitation for them and their families was screened at Geneva Film Festival.
A senior finance professional, Anamika has more than 18 years of experience overseeing financial management systems with premiere international organizations, United Nation and few big international corporates. Her areas of professional expertise includes strategic financial planning, working capital management, asset based financing, budgeting/forecasting, financial reporting/modeling etc. She is a true problem-solver, leader and consensus-builder and has extensive experience in multi-site and multi-currency environment.
Vithika Yadav is an anti slavery, sexual rights and gender rights activist; and a social entrepreneur with over fifteen years of experience. In 2016 she received the honor of being one of the Top 120 under 40 New Generation of Family Planning leaders in the world. In 2007 she was awarded the Atlas Corps Fellowship and in 2012 she was awarded as one of the Top 99 under 33 young foreign policy leaders in the world by Diplomatic Courier and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy in USA. Over the years, she has worked for premier organizations such as UN Office on Drugs and Crime, BBC World Service Trust, Free the Slaves and MTV EXIT. Currently Vithika leads Love Matters India, which is the first ever website in India to give complete, honest and unbiased information on love, sex and relationships in India in both Hindi and English language. She is an Alumni of the THNK Amsterdam School of Creative Leadership. She is featured in the Award winning international Documentary.
Nandita has over 20 years of professional experience working on gender, human rights, labor migration and human trafficking issues in South and Southeast Asia. In her different roles Nandita Baruah worked to support national governments and civil society partners to design and deliver programs that effectively address the core socio-economic and political dimension of development through a rights-based and gender-equitable framework. She has worked in India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Nepal. She acts as an exptert and advisor to DC
Sanjeev has about 30 years of experience in legal support and advise. He has been instrumental in helping and supporting DC to set up in the challenging times. As a legal expert, all legal issues and advocacy is handled by him