Kingshuk Ganguly, RD Volunteer – Mumbai
Kingshuk Ganguly is a consultant specializing in facilitation, assessment and coaching.
In his corporate life of two decades, Kingshuk has played various roles beginning with Plant Maintenance, Sales, Relationship Management, Collections, Underwriting and Leadership Development across industries (Steel, Heavy Engineering, Financial Services, Outsourcing and Life Insurance).
In his previous role, Kingshuk was VP & Head (Organisation Development) at Bharti AXA Life Insurance Company Limited, based out of Mumbai. Their team was responsible for performance management, learning, talent management, internal communication and culture in the organization of 6000 employees across 180 locations.
Some of his key initiatives at Bharti AXA Life Insurance Company have been around performance and talent management where the building blocks were put in place, beginning with observation of talent, knowing them intimately and then identifying roles suitable for them. Similarly, the criteria for identifying talent was socialized with the leadership team, so that the decision making on talent mobility was objective, long term and predictable. Most importantly, it allowed the CXOs to view, comment and align the talent from an `Organization’ perspective, as against a `Department’ perspective.
Reeti Mahobe, RD Volunteer – Glycogen Storage Disorders (GSDs)
Reeti Mahobe is a graduate from Lady Shri Ram college and is currently pursuing a Master’s in Public Administration. She is working with Chaupal as a programme coordinator at Raipur. She has a keen interest in the development sector and policy analysis.
She herself has GSD type IIIa. She hopes to create a pan-India support group for the affected individuals and their families and also thereby build a forum where the concerns of people are addressed and ensure an enabling environment is created for those impacted, to lead a happy life.
Vikas Bhatia, RD Volunteer – New Born Screening
Co founder of MERD India,
Got involved in promoting awareness for Inborn Errors of Metabolism & Rare Genetic Disorders after his third son’s death. All the three were born with rare metabolic disease Pyruvate Carboxylase Deficiency . After he decided to help parents who are facing the similar kind of problem Now his life objective is to provide moral and informative support to the parents of children suffering from IEM and campaign new born screening g in India.
He is a Owner of Hand loom Emporium ( Saree Business) at Jaipur Rajasthan.
Meera, RD Volunteer – Eye Disorders
Meera Lakshmanan is an independent researcher on accessible technology and a volunteer