Kedar Sohoni

Kedar is a technology entrepreneur who has built research and analytics companies including Cross-Tab (www.cross-tab.com). His previous company Informate was acquired by Nielsen. After a year of experimentation with waste management, he has converted his society into a Waste Free Society.  Now he is replicating this model across various societies in Mumbai.

Gopala Krishnan

GK is a technology and social entrepreneur. He has co-founded and managed venture funded companies in India and China. Since 2008, as a social entrepreneur, he has executed three significant social projects focused on solving problems that lead to child malnutrition. This includes the largest vaccination reminder service and a national maternal education project. Each of these projects has directly impacted the lives of millions of people.

Swati Deo  

Swati, an electronics engineer by qualification has worked in IT system administration and IT project management for about 10 years. She has been associated with Swachh Parle Abhiyan since it’s inception in August 2015. She is involved in society awareness, composting solutions, interacting with MCGM for implementing different strategies for Waste Management on a ward scale. Also engaged in other social initiatives like tree plantation in Vile Parle.

Shreem Kohli

Shreem is a Community Supervisor at Green Communities Foundation. After completing her Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Shreem took up The Gandhi Fellowship to understand the Education sector in India and the role of Environmental education in it. During the fellowship, she worked in seven government schools to increase the student learning outcome by collaborating with school headmasters, teachers, students, parents and communities. While working in schools, she piloted a project on waste management through experiential learning with more than 800 students which resulted in a reduction of 83% food waste in schools.

Devisha Poddar

Devisha is a Product Executive with Green Communities Foundation. Her career interests lie in waste management, ‘farm to fork’ concept and reusable menstrual hygiene products. In the past she has worked with Smart Joules, an award-winning startup that saves energy for commercial buildings, she has written reports and proposals for acquiring grants and entering into competitions. She has also interned at Centre for Policy Research, one of India’s premier think tanks, and has worked on the sustainable development chapter of the India Country Report as a part of the Bangladesh China India Myanmar Economic Corridor (BCIM EC).

Along with the core team we have three Waste Management Experts, (from left) Atul Ghogare, Vaibhavi Marathe and Arun Jaiswar. They work on the field and facilitate the monitoring and evaluation process at our client sites.