Volunteers

Richie Agarwal

A self-employed professional, Richie is the Founder and Director of Asar Initiative and truly its moving spirit. Committed to the cause, She is involved in all day to day activities including training and content development. After working in the corporate world for over a decade, Richie founded Asar Initiative to bring about small but significant changes in the lives of women and children through awareness and skill development.

Ratnika Agarwal

Ratnika is the Lead Designer of Asar Initiative and the spirit of its product design. Committed to the cause, She is involved in all day to day activities including designing and training. After working in the Education space for a long time, Ratnika contributes to Asar Initiative to bring about small but significant changes in the lives of women and children through vocational trainings and skill development.

Malay Prasad

A Software Engineer by profession, Malay advises Asar in its initiatives. With his rich experience of over a decade with Infosys, Malay supports Asar on the operations and marketing. Malay strongly believes that small contributions from each one in the society, will bring about big changes to our world.

Shivani Agarwal

Being an alumnae of NITIE and The University of London, she brings a vast exposure and experience in executing projects and streamlining operations. With six years of industry experience with expertise in Supply Chain Mangement and Manufacturing Operations mainly in the Aerospace sector, Shivani is an advisor at Asar with the belief that each one in the society can contribute in whatever little bits to bring about a large change to the society at large.

Anish Agarwal

A Lawyer by profession, Anish is passionate about bringing sustainable development to the lives of underprivileged. An Alumnus of National Law School, Jodhpur,and Harvard Law School, he practices in the Supreme Court of India. Anish advises Asar and consults on all legal matters and helps on any concerns that may come up.

Archana Singh

Being an academician, teaching and training comes naturally to Archana. As a research scholar of IITB she has developed an objective approach in identifying, visualising and conceptualising emerging trends and patterns. Being a part of IRMA alumni, she brings the humanitarian touch to the initiative. She loves interacting with the associates and is a mentor and guide for the sustenance and growth of the initiative.