: Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Youth Ki Awaaz. Driven by creating tools to make it easier for people to speak up on issues they are passionate about. Social media advocacy expert. UN awarded innovator. Can live his entire life on the internet. Needs serious de-addiction from his mobile phone.
: Executive Editor at Youth Ki Awaaz. Believes that Youth Ki Awaaz helps you have faith in yourself, and that for her is one of the definitions of truth. Calls herself a poet, dreams of being called so by the world. Considers writing the most beautiful form of art (and also the easiest way to express). Handmade paper and the smell of books still win the battle for her over emails and E-books.
: Sub-editor at Youth Ki Awaaz (Resident Activist at times). Has been engaged in various socio-political activities in the city. Passionate about issues concerning social justice and Human Rights – part of various student movements. Dreams of a ‘revolution’ and writes with a hope to make an impact. Nothing would make him happier than raising a bunch of activists who would stand with him in protest demonstrations.
: Trainee Editor (and the latest addition) at Youth Ki Awaaz. Loves interviewing entrepreneurs with a story to tell. Finance enthusiast, Closet poet, avid reader, casual gamer, loquacious conversationalist, incorrigible foodie and a lot more than just boring atoms.
: Campaigns Coordinator at Youth Ki Awaaz. Bookworm and a huge Harry Potter fan. Loves travelling and has a huge bucket list of places to see… obviously this will take her no less than a 100 years. A firm believer in the power of technology, words and freedom of speech.
: Head of Engagement at Youth Ki Awaaz. Here to change the way people speak up and express themselves. Engineer-turned-Activist. Founder of GotStared.At. The original “Hipster Activist”, as he likes to call himself. Constantly changing. Loves to stitch posters into conversations.
Since 2008, Youth Ki Awaaz has had some of the most amazing people volunteer a majority of their time to help run the platform and give all that they could to create a stronger and more influential space for young people in India. We are highly indebted to their undying spirit of service towards Youth Ki Awaaz, when we needed it the most. Here are a few of them:
Shruthi Venukumar – Senior Editor, 2011 to 2012
Shraddha Sankhe – Mumbai Editor, Senior Editor 2011 – 2012
Amritapa Basu - Senior Editor, 2011 – 2012
Abhirup Bhunia - Sub Editor, 2011
Parul Sabherwal – Assistant Editor, 2009 – 2011
Sahiba Singh - Writer, 2009 – 2011/Creative Lead, 2011 – 2012
Astik Sinha - Editor-at-Large, 2009 – 2012
Nitum Jain - Assistant Editor, 2010 – 2013
Rigya Singh - Senior Sub-Editor, 2011 – 2013
Sumedha Bharpilania - Sub-Editor, 2012 – 2013
Saahil Menghani - Special Correspondent, 2010 – 2011. Ideas and planning, 2012 – present.
Sadho Ram - Writer/Freelancer, 2010 – present