Shakti Shalini has a Governing Body Consisting of thirteen members, an Executive Committee of seven members and a Staff Body of fifteen members.
The Staff Body of Shakti Shalini consists of the following members:
Suddha Tiwari: Chairperson
Ms. Sudha Tiwari has been the pillar and driving force of Shakti Shalini since 1988. She excels at counseling and management of the shelter home. She is an exemplary activist and representative of Shakti Shalini. She has devoted nearly three decades to the service of victims of violence. Her leadership has ensured an inclusive and participatory work culture within Shakti Shalini.
Dr. Bharti Sharma: Honorary Secretary
Dr. Bharti Sharma has supported, expanded and held Shakti Shalini together through her exceptional leadership skills, guidance and professional work ethics. She was recently awarded the highest civilian honour within the French Republic for her lifetime’s work on women empowerment and child protection. Her vast work experience is demonstrated in her management of Shakti Shalini.
Usha: Administration and Shelter In-Charge
She has been with Shakti Shalini for thirteen years and is full of priceless experience Her loyalty to the organization shows in her persevering commitment. Her thorough understanding of Shakti Shalini, its functioning and history is demonstrated in all she says and does.
Gulafshan: Manager, Programs
Gul coordinates all the programs and activities that take place within Shakti Shalini. Her smiling, welcoming face is the first you will see as soon as you enter our office. Dedicated and professional, she is central to the everyday functioning of Shakti Shalini.
Dolly has the responsibility of providing intensive counseling to all clients who seek aid at Shakti Shalini. Her unassuming demeanor effectively motivates her clients to trust her, shake off their sense of victimhood and determine to survive and succeed. She changes lives.
Ruby Sain: Counselor
Ruby provides counseling services to victims of gender/sexual violence at nineteen police stations in south-east Delhi. Her job is demanding as she canbe called at any hour. The victims who come to these stations can be in very troubling situations and require immediate help. She becomes the support they need.
Monika Tiwary: Counselor
She provides counseling services to victims of gender/sexual violence at nineteen police stations in south-east Delhi. She has also volunteered to live at our shelter home as a night caregiver. In both counseling and caregiving, she demonstrates sensitivity and alertness.
Shabiha Khatteen: Community Outreach Worker
Shabiha leads Shakti Shalini’s community outreach programs. She must reach out to five disadvantaged communities in south Delhi to prevent every day gender/sexual violence and motivate the communities to pursue gender equality. The relationship and trust she enjoys with the communities is exceptional.
Nisha Devi: Adolescents Facilitator and Beauty Culture Trainer
Nisha works actively with the adolescent boys and girls of the communities to understand their problems and promoting the ethics of gender equality and zero tolerance to violence within them. She is also a certified trainer of beauty culture at Shakti Shalini’s Skills Development Center.
Saroj Kumari: Shelter Home Caregiver and Cutting and Tailoring Trainer
Saroj is the day caregiver at Pehchan, Shakti Shalini’s shelter home for women in distress. She looks after all the day to day needs of the residents of the shelter home with care and sensitivity. Saroj is also a certified trainer of Cutting and Tailoring at Shakti Shalini’s Skills Development Center.
Tamanna Basu: Manager: Human Resources
Tamanna represents Shakti Shalini at various national and internation organisations and platforms. She contributes to Shakti Shalini’s capacity building, fundraising and oversees its social media presence. Tamanna attempts to draw the maximum resources – human, financial and material – to Shakti Shalini to ensure its growth and expansion.
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New Delhi, India.
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