Anushka Kelkar has acquired a degree in Journalism from Ashoka University. She spent the last two years building Brown Girl Gazing, a virtual space for South Asian women to openly talk about gender based violence, beauty standards, and unlearn shame together.
She has been a speaker at forums like the Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science and The Women's Web annual summit, amongst others. Some of the places where her work has been featured are The Huffington Post, CNN, Quartz, Times Of India, Hindustan Times, BuzzFeed India, Scroll, and Mid-day.
Aviva Bhansali is a researcher and a mental health advocate.
After pursuing her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Psychology from Claremont Mckenna College, she worked on product innovation, content curation, and program delivery at Aon, the largest human capital consulting firm globally. Post this, she joined Dasra, India's largest strategic philanthropy organization and advised on topics ranging from child protection, education and health across the social sector.
Anagha Bhave is a counselling psychologist who did her BA from St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai and her masters in Counselling Psychology from Columbia University, New York. As a therapist at the New York Psychotherapy and Counselling Center, she worked with adolescents and adults suffering from various psychological and emotional issues. Upon her return to India in
December 2016, she began her practice at the Bhave Institue of Mental Health in Nagpur.
Alongside her practice, Anagha also actively participates in community outreach
programs and events addressing mental health concerns and awareness.