Our Team

Reena has recently appeared for her Bachelors in Social Work. She has worked for over four years, largely in the field of community engagement where she was part of a government supported gender resource centre. She is passionate about her work and proactively advocates for support to the groups that she has helped form over the last few years. Her other passion, her one year old daughter accompanies her to work.
Ritu is a MBA and a corporate dropout, She worked with an MNC for over 19 years, where her role can be best described as leading niche entrepreneurial assignments in the areas of new business development, operational excellence and financial planning. For last 6 years, she has worked with development sector in various capacities - full time employee with CAF building their corporate partnerships, freelance projects with multiple NGOs and has been an active volunteer through her career with CRY, Pardada Pardadi Educational Society & Dasra. She is currently on board of Latika Roy Foundation, an NGO she volunteered with on business planning support. On personal front, she is an enthusiastic dancer and an official party planner of the social group.
Amita has worked in the development sector for almost 2 decades with organizations in the space of child rights, promotion of philanthropy and livelihoods. Amita’s interests include work that addresses issues affecting women and children and building financial sustainability in the non - profit sector.
Gita Misha
Gita Mishra had done her Bachelors in Commerce and also holds a Diploma in Information System and Management. She has worked in the field of Finance with various organizations in the development sector for the last ten years. She is passionate about dance and has been awarded the Sangeet Visharad in Odissi Dance.
Sharonee Dasgupta
Sharonee Dasgupta’s love of languages is evident from her degrees – she has an M.A in English Literature and an M.Phil in Comparative Indian Literature. She has worked in the development sector for over 4 years with organizations including Jamghat, Oxfam and Score Foundation. She is passionate about reading Indian fictional works, cultural studies, dogs, football and Indian politics.


Like any other non-profit that owes its ability to grow and thrive on the contribution made by its team, including interns and volunteers, AECWF gratefully acknowledges the contribution of the following:

The intern team from the School of Inspired Leadership comprising of Guru, Siddharth and Vijay are responsible for bringing energy, and a new perspective to our work. They are supporting critical components of our work with young girls and women including research, and development of a model for training and employability.
Ranita Sarma
Ranita is a student pursuing M.S.W. (Clinical & Community Practice) from Christ University. She has graduated from Indraprastha College for Women, DU in B.A. (H) Philosophy. She is on her way to discover her calling, her motivation in life – serving humanity. She is on an individual voyage to become an enthusiastic professional social worker with a non-judgmental approach. She loves to talk, meet new individuals, read, eat, listen to music and dream.
Shweta Bhatia & Nalini
Some of the visuals and reports that you see on our website and social media platforms have been made possible through the efforts and contribution of Shweta Bhatia and Nalini.