Ms. Seda is the Secretary General of the Trained Nurses Association of India She is a well-known advocate for rights of nurses, and has worked steadfastly to uphold the dignity and honor of the nursing profession, promoting high standards of health care and nursing practice and advancing the cause of professional, educational, socio-economic and general welfare of nurses.
Mr Kumar has over 25 years of professional experience in the social sector. His work has revolved around three broad themes – institutional growth and sustainability, program design and implementation, and operations management. Mr Kumar also serves on the boards of several for-profit and social sector organisations. He is an avid traveller, biker and sportsperson.
Dr. Sheriar is a leading Mumbai based obstetrician and gynaecologist with a longstanding commitment to the advocacy and promotion of women’s health and rights. He is the Former Secretary General of the Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India, Former President of the Mumbai Obstetric and Gynaecological Society and Former Scientific Chair of the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics. He is a member of the Governing Boards of Guttmacher Institute and Ipas, and Technical Advisor to the South East Asia Region of the World Health Organization. He is the Co-chair of the Medical Advisory Panel of the Family Planning Association of India. He has edited and authored numerous scientific publications.
Ms. Amin is an Associate Professor of History in Jesus and Mary College, University of Delhi. She has worked as a Citizen Warden with the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi. She has extensive experience in anchoring and producing television programs. She has anchored a women's magazine program for ETV, which was telecast in 26 countries, and has anchored the Asian Magazine for BBC TV in London.
Dr. Mukherjee’s areas of expertise range from reproductive health to gender and advocacy. She has served for nearly four decades in the Indian Administrative Service and the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA). Having led teams in several countries in Asia, she retired in 2010 from the UNFPA as its Country Representative in the Philippines.
Ms. Pasricha is a Project Director with BBC Media Action. She is known for her work on adolescent health, maternal and child health, family planning, HIV/STI prevention and nutrition. She has extensive experience in providing technical assistance for capacity building and systems strengthening in behaviour change communications and advocacy on RMNCH+A best practices.
Dr. Gogoi is the Executive Director of C3. She holds a PhD in International Politics from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She has three decades of experience in program management, with expertise in designing and implementing programs, advocacy campaigns, and defining approaches and strategies for policy issues in population. A winner of the WIE Humanitarian Award, Dr. Gogoi was also named as one of the 100 most inspiring women in the world by The Guardian of UK.