Bonita Sharma is a passionate advocate of Public Health Nutrition and has the experience of working in this sector for past 7 years. She is the Cofounder and CEO of Social Changermakers and Innovators (SOCHAI). She was recognized by UNESCO as a Female Champion for girl’s education in 2018. She has also been listed by the BBC as the 100 most influential women in 2019.
Neha is a registered Pharmacist and Community Nutritionist working in the sector of primary health care, maternal-child health and nutrition for the past four years. Fun-loving and research-oriented Neha enjoys direct interaction with the community and working with children. She is passionate about bridging the gap between people and their right to basic health care services, especially in rural areas. Having traveled across 35 districts in the six provinces of Nepal and observed the similar status quo in the health, education and gender sector, she is driven to contribute as a social changemaker to make a difference in these social facets.
Aasutosh Dhoj Karki
Aasutosh is a Multimedia Artist primarily working as a filmmaker with immense passion for films. He has an experience of over 8 years in the field of media, having worked with some of the leading brands in Nepal. He has produced several documentaries, advertisements, music videos for corporations and well as non-profit organizations. Aasutosh feels that art is a medium that can bring about a radical change in the society.
Eva Gyawali has about five years of work experience in Nepal and the USA including experience on innovation and management of educational and enterprise development projects. She studied Instructional Design Technology (Graduate School) and taught at Emporia State University in Kansas for 2 years. She is very passionate about innovation and technology. She believes in combining innovation to solve real-world problems.
Anuj is currently pursuing his Bachelor in Public Health.He has conducted several community-based learning programs related to nutrition and menstruation targeting people of various age groups. He is also actively engaged as a youth advocate in the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) including Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE). He has great enthusiasm to improve nutrition and SRHR of young people and believes that there should be equality everywhere.
Pushpa Joshi is a young feminist activist with more than five years of experience in the field of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR), Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM), gender, sexuality and young women’s leadership. She has been working at the grassroots for empowering women and adolescent girls in regards to their right to health and nutrition. She perceives issues related to nutrition, SRHR and MHM from a gendered lens and strongly advocates for gender equality and SRHR.
Kriti has six years of experience of working as an auditor with several audit firms. She has served in a variety of internal audit capacities across many firms, private companies, institutions and organizations in India and Nepal. As a thorough professional, she is in constant pursuit of career excellence.