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Board Members

Sanjay Sondhi (President)

Sanjay Sondhi is an IIT graduate and a corporate dropout. As the founder of Titli Trust, he is a major advocate for environmental preservation with strategic thinking and a systems approach to changing the world.

Vibha Puri (Vice President)

Vibha Puri is a retired IAS officer with vast experience in the government, expertise in systems thinking, and a deep interest in education.

Mamta Govil (Treasurer)

Mamta Govil is a management professional and special educator who has spent the past 28 years in the field of social communication, project management and education. She currently teaches at Welham Girl’s School, Dehradun.

Jo Chopra (Secretary)

Jo Chopra is the Executive Director of the Latika Roy Foundation. A writer by profession, she was inspired to found the organization by her late daughter Moy Moy, who was diagnosed at the age of 4 with a rare, profoundly disabling form of cerebral palsy.

Ritu Jain (Member)

Ritu Jain has an MBA degree and years of experience in fundraising and strategic planning. She also has a wide circle of friends she is not afraid to approach in a pinch.

Ranjona Banerji (Member)

Ranjona Banerji has been a journalist for over 30 years. She has worked in publications like Bombay Magazine, India Today, Gentleman, Mid-Day, The Times of India and DNA. She moved to Dehradun from Mumbai in 2014. She writes on the media, politics and gender issues. Apart from the Latika Roy Foundation, she is involved with the Friends of the Doon Society (environment) and PEERS (mental health awareness).

Saatvika Nagalia (Member)

A graduate in Economics with an MBA degree from Singapore Management University, Saatvika brings with her varied experiences from her stints at KPMG, MasterCard and Health On Demand, besides other social and entrepreneurial initiatives. She worked as a fundraiser for LRF before joining the Finance and Home-Healthcare tedepartment of the CHL group of hospitals.

Shreedhar Kanetkar (Member)

In 2019, Shreedhar Kanetkar was invited to LRF’s annual all-staff meeting to talk about quality and improvement: lean thinking in high-velocity organisations. The twist was that the talk would be in Hindi, not his first language. LRF staff were characteristically forgiving of his fumbles and sufficiently interested to invite him back.

Shreedhar is an investor intrigued by the potential for careful capital allocation to shape a happier world. He graduated with honours from Pomona College and holds a Master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was elected to Phi Kappa Phi.