Avani Bansal is an Advocate in the Supreme Court of India and runs a series to explain the Indian Constitution ‘Hamara Samvidhaan’ in Hindi through video format on ‘The Wire’. Avani is an alumni of University of Oxford and Harvard Law School and an author of ‘Life At Law School’. She also runs her Youtube channel ‘Hamara Kanoon’ to spread legal awareness and is a Tedx Speaker, and writer of several articles in leading newspapers and digital platforms.
Srinivas Rayappa has a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering and is the founder of several Tech startups. He is very passionate about Technology and has worked in several diverse fields. Apart from the Womb, he has also deployed platforms like Dhwani TV, Hearticulate to name a few. Deeply inspired by his mother and sisters, he volunteered to be a part of The Womb Team. He loves sports, music, art & culture.
Mani is a dual qualified lawyer, licensed to practice before the New York State Bar and the Bar Council of India. A former national-level golfer, she has a special interest in gender justice, policy and politics. Mani writes on key policy issues, particularly women's rights, for various leading platforms. On Sundays you can be sure to catch her on the golf course.
Pragya Jain is a student of Political Science and Law at Hidayatullah National Law University. When asked to describe herself she realized that reading, convincing everyone to listen to her favourite band, and being a caffeine-dependent life-form hardly make for a fun personality. And neither does writing long sentences. But in true Pragya fashion, she went for it anyway. Her interests lie in a wide array of subjects ranging from Public Policy, Education, Ethics, Intellectual Property, and Grey's Anatomy to name a few.
Shikhar is a young lawyer from Banaras Hindu University, currently working in commercial legal sector. He has a keen interest in public and foreign policy matters and has been committed towards gender equality since law school and have previously been associated with PUCL, a civil liberties NGO. His other interests include reading and traveling
Shivangi is a lawyer based out of Bhopal. She is an active voice in the field of human rights, civil liberties especially women's and children's rights. She has written a Guide for parents/guardians and teachers educating them about how to combat child sexual abuse and is a strong believer of the fact that a revamp of school education curriculum is the way to make a more inclusive society. When she's not screaming at random people on streets and internet for their sexism and homophobia you can find her cycling around, socialising and making Parks n Rec references while grooving on...
Ashmi Sheth is an artist, author, 3D Animator, and an art therapy student based in Mumbai, India. Immensely passionate about the arts, Ashmi strongly believes in the therapeutic power of the arts to heal people and change lives. Her work – poetry, paintings, and digital artwork – reflect her belief and mission to provide people with a safe, unintimidating and empowering form of healing in their struggle towards mental wellness. Formerly working as a Lead Artist in a gaming company since the age of 18, Ashmi is now the Co-founder and Managing Director of a creative production startup, The Colourful...
Chinmoyee Roy Chowdhury is currently living in Bangalore and works in the area of social media campaign management. She has done her Master's in Business Administration in Marketing. Besides being a movie buff, she is also interested in gardening.
Sharanya Venkataraghavan is currently pursuing a degree in Law and Business Administration at Symbiosis Law School, Pune. She aspires to make the law more accessible to all. A feminist at heart, she believes that for change, one must be the change. When not attempting to overthrow the patriarchy, Sharanya enjoys reading, (badly) singing along to K-Pop music and binging shows and movies.
Harleen Walia has done her graduation in Journalism and Communication. She is currently working as a social media warrior (handling Instagram account) and as a journalist at The Womb. She is passionate about writing and has past experience of working at The Times of India, NDTV and India Today.
Ahana is a Business administration and Law graduate from University of Mumbai. She's pursuing Branding and Marketing as a profession while working pro bono with several non-profits and non-governmental organisations in the country. She's a feminist at heart and describes herself as someone "who always has an opinion about everything." She's an avid reader of non-fiction, politics, history, science and everything under the son. A huge fan of musical theatre, one should not be startled if you find her breaking into a rap every once in a while!
Disha hails from the city of joy and is an advocate practicing before the High Court of Karnataka at Bangalore. She is a true-blue Bengali who loves her food, cooking, books, art and music. She believes women are the backbone of the society and can move mountains if they are given a level playing field.
Saba Rajkotia grew up in New Delhi, India and holds a degree in Social Anthropology and Politics from the University of Edinburgh. While at University, she specialised in Political Economy, International Development and Public Policy, and became exceedingly interested in the Energy Sector – choosing to write her dissertation on the links between Foreign Investment and Energy Security. She is currently pursuing this interest through further education and personal research, and is working towards a career in this field
Palak Agrawal is a Chartered Accountant by profession. Her concerns for animals and other social causes have sometimes brewed up the situation for people close to her. But then there is more. She has an eye to see details what others might overlook & she love to play with numbers.
Sumedh Gaikwad is the Country Director – India at Commonwealth Youth Innovation Centre which is a hub of developing human capital to drive economic and social innovation, foster unity and transform societies through sustainable impact. The Commonwealth Youth Innovation Centre was launched by His Royal Highness Prince of Wales during Commonwealth Youth Summit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. As a Youth Leader and Stakeholder, he has represented India officially at the 9th Commonwealth Youth Minister’s Meeting – Uganda and 5th Commonwealth Alliance of Young Entrepreneurs (CAYE-Asia) – London.
Tasneem Sabir is currently working as a teacher at Sloka Waldorf School, Hyderabad. A happy go lucky woman, who keeps the little child in her alive. When not teaching, she likes to sing, dance and listen to music.
Aishwarya Nabh, is a Delhi based litigating lawyer. Practising in Delhi High Court. She did her masters in law from Queen Mary University of London. She’s a intersectional feminist and an accomplished painter who has exhibited her at the Mayday bookstore, Delhi, Ambedkar University, Delhi and Anat, Mumbai. In her spare time she loves to read on socialism priors/ theories and SF novels. Octavia Butler and Margaret Atwood are her favourite writers.
Ashi is a 2019 graduate in the field of Journalism and mass communication. With this subject Ashi found herself and it helped her to take another step of life. Her hobbies are communicating, listening music and reading. In her past experience she had worked with some of the renowned news channels and papers like CNBC tv18, Dainik Bhaskar etc. Recently she is working as a client and Process management executive with Cast India.
Elsa Lycias Joel holds a doctorate in Biotechnology, writes for national dailies, lifestyle and political magazines. She has a keen interest in sociocultural, environmental and health challenges facing humanity, especially women.
Rajesh is a Researcher, he recently completed his M.phil with specilization on 'Voting Behaviour' along with an internship from Ashoka University after his Masters in Political science from University of Delhi. His academic interests are in Dalit & Women studies as well as Electoral Politics. He has been working as an Electoral and Voter Analyst for last two years. Favourite places to hang out are coffee and book shops.