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Sanjeev S. Jha Project Leader, India Sanitation Coalition (ISC) at FICCI, DELHI
A development sector professional with nearly three decades of work experience in sectors that inter alia include WASH and Health & Nutrition; post his doctorate, served Govt. of India in the capacity of a researcher for more than 12 years (1990-2002); switched to social sector research & consulting since early 2000 and made contributions in sectors as are mentioned above; as State Head (Jharkhand), Global Sanitation Fund (a UN trust fund) programme, managed & supervised the programme aimed at improved planning, implementation, and partnerships & relationships within the programme framework before joining ISC in 2018.
Nipun Vinayak Commissioner, Aurangabad Municipal Corporation,
Dr Vinayak has had worked in various capacities after joining the Indian Administrative Service in 2001 on completion of an MBBS. Prior to this appointment, he had worked as chief executive officer of Zilla Parishad, Jalna; Municipal commissioner of Nanded; district collector of Raigad and director of the national programme, Swachh Bharat (rural).
Laxmi Kumari Community Development Specialist, Swajal project DPMU, Bhimtal,
Laxmi Kumari has been working as a community development specialist in the Swajal project, district project management unit, Nainital, Uttarakhand. In this role, she motivates the rural community to adopt SBM for the achievement of better and healthier sanitary practices. She has trained VWSCs and SHGs on operation and maintenance for sustainability, technical training and documentation procedures.
Geeta Kandpal Incharge, Key Resource Centre (Water and Sanitation), Centre for Good Governance, Uttarakhand Academy of Administration, Nainital , UTTARAKHAND
Having more than 20 years experience with Centre for Good Governance, Uttarakhand Academy of Administration, Nainital and Uttarakhand Institute of Rural Development, Rudrapur, Udhamsingh Nagar, Kandpal carries a sound understanding of demand responsive approach to rural water supply and sanitation; participatory tools and techniques for community development; SARAR and CLTS approach to community capacity building; gender issues, etc.
Dr. Ajay Kumar Verma Executive Director, Suchitwa Mission,
A former scientist and head, Environment Division, Centre for Earth Science Studies. He has also been a resource person to the Kerala State Planning Board on the sectors of environment, water management and sanitation and also to the Local Self Government Department, Kerala on green management and sustainable development. He has more than 25 years of experience in SLWM.
Dr. Uppuliri Vijay KV Sastry M.Sc., Ph.D. M&E EXPERT, Project Management Cell, SBMG, MDWS,
Dr. Vijay Sastry has expertise in program planning, design, management and M&E systems development in various sectors of social development, including health, education, livelihoods, natural resources management and water and sanitation. He has been involved in capacity building of program teams in effectively and efficiently using M&E systems.
Anoop Tripathi WASH Expert with Project Management Cell at Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation,
Dr. Anoop has over 15 years of rich experience of working on multi-sectoral development initiatives in India, including more than 10 years in the water and sanitation sector. He is an accomplished professional in Community approach to Sanitation and has spearheaded implementation of large scale Behaviour change programmes to achieve sustainable sanitation at scale.
Anisha Singh IEC Consultant with Project Management Cell at MDWS, DELHI
Anisha Singh has 20 years of cross-sector and cross-industry experience; with over 15 years in the development/social sector. She has extensive experience of working on large scale projects with government departments, not-for-profit agencies, social enterprises and multi-lateral and bi-lateral organisations on project implementation, international replication capacity building, monitoring and evaluation, knowledge dissemination, resource mobilisation and communication. She has successfully set up new departments within organisations and operationalised them to deliver results, in compliance with organisational goals, culture and values.
Shri Ramchandran R CEO, ZP, Koppal, KARNATAKA
Currently Chief executive officer (CEO) Zilla Panchayat, Belagavi (Belgaum) district, Karnataka, R., Ramachandran R belongs to the IAS 2012 batch, Karnataka cadre. From January 2016 to December 2016, he was the CEO of Koppal where he was known for his innovative Swachh Bharat Mission Gramin activities which contributed to making the district open defecation free.
P U Asnani , GUJARAT
Asnani is the chairman of Urban Management Consultants UMC GLOBA. He is countrys renowned expert on urban governance and an International Expert on Solid Waste Management. Working in the urban and rural sector for over 35 years, Mr Asnanis experience and expertise is widely sought by Central Govt. Various state governments, civic authorities both nationally and internationally and international agencies such as UN and World Bank.
Rohit Gupta District Collector, RAJASTHAN
Having graduated from IIT Delhi, Rohit Gupta has worked as municipal commissioner in Jodhpur. He has been working as District collector for the last seven years in different parts of Rajasthan. He was awarded twice by Govt. of India for effective implementation of MGNREGA in sanitation and livelihood generation; and by the Govt. of Rajasthan for exemplary contribution towards public services as District Collector and for IT initiatives.
P B Salim Secretary, Minority Affairs & Madrasah Education Dept & Chairman, WBMDFC, WEST BENGAL
A member of the Indian Administrative Service, 2001 batch, from West Bengal cadre, Dr. Salim has worked as DM in two districts of Kerala ( Kozhikode and Kannur – from 2009 to 2012 ) and two districts in West Bengal ( Nadia and South 24 Parganas – from 2013 to 2017), contributing to making both Nadia and South 24 Parganas ODF. He is known for innovative measures taken to ensure total sanitation in those districts.
Kumar Vishnupad Manu General Manager- Feedback Foundation,
Kumar Vishnupad Manu has more than 17 years of experience working on various community based projects, particularly in the water and sanitation sector. His skills include organizing and conducting training, facilitating field visits, designing processes for community led change initiatives. He carries sound understanding of the need and opportunities also the sector issues especially rural sanitation and is particularly skilled in carrying out and managing large scale implementation programs at grass roots level.
Birendra Shankar Vice President & Head, Rural Sanitation-Feedback Foundation,
Dr. Birendra Shankar has more than 18 years of experience in conducting research, studies, planning, strategy
building, designing training programmes and documentation. He is an accomplished trainer in WASH sector and has conducted numerous capacity building events for different stakeholders.
Jyoti Prakash COO – Feedback Foundation,
Jyoti Prakash has more than 22 years of experience in multi sectoral initiatives with 17 years of exclusive experience in water and sanitation sector. His experience includes designing, implementing large scale community based water and sanitation projects, capacity building of implementers, stakeholders and community.
Ajay Sinha CEO – Feedback Foundation,
Ajay Sinha has over 25 years of rich experience of working on multi-sectoral development initiatives in India, including more than 18 years in the water and sanitation sector. He is an accomplished trainer in WASH sector and has spearheaded national and international trainings for both government, multilateral and donor agencies.
D Satya Suya Director, Programs,
Satya is a development practitioner with over 20 years working experience. She has held senior long-term and short-term positions as programme director, resource person, team leader, manager and consultant for various donors such as PLAN International, DFID, USAID. Her professional experience and technical background include rural livelihoods, women empowerment, child development and community resilience and rural water & sanitation development. She has experience of working with a wide range of stakeholders including government, NGOs, international agencies, corporate organisations and vulnerable and marginalized communities across several states in India.
Nisheeth Kumar Chief Operations, UTTAR PRADESH
With around 32 years experience in the development sector, Nisheeth Kumar has more than 10 years of extensive experience in disaster management sector with a focus on community led approaches. He specialises in policy, programming and capacity development issues. He has been associated with research, evaluation, organizational development, training and technical assistance interventions related to innovative community-based development projects, particularly in rural water supply and sanitation and disaster management. His experience includes designing and operationalizing communication strategies, monitoring and evaluation systems and knowledge management processes within organizations and across development projects.
J P Shukla Chief – Policy and program, UTTAR PRADESH
Shukla has over 31 years of experience in management and monitoring of community-based development programs in rural areas including water and sanitation programs with a strong focus on hygiene and health issues. This includes grass-root level planning; organizing urban and rural communities, implementation, monitoring and supervision of development programs at various levels (block, district and state). He is a stalwart in the design and application of community-based processes, tools and techniques at the village level to achieve sustainable development outcomes; also specializes in training and capacity building on Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach for its application on the ground to create open defecation free and fully sanitized villages and towns.
Anupma Verma Senior Vice- President, Chief CLTS Trainer & Mentor, UTTAR PRADESH
Anupma carries 14 years experience in social and human development and community based projects, particularly in the rural water and sanitation sector at the State, District and Village levels with a focus on innovative communication strategies for collective behaviour change. She is a highly experienced and skilled CLTS trainer and facilitator: has conducted more than 80 CLTS training of trainer’s workshops training around 3000 people across different states in India and Cambodia in CLTS triggering and facilitation skills.