Our Work

Our Team

Pallav Ranjan has been involved in development research, documentation, analysis, management, and packaging in multiple media formats for 25 years.

Bhagwati K. Sapkota, a learning and outreach specialist, has a degree and a license to practice education and has been a school principal for a decade. She has a strong background in packaging knowledge for development organizations.

Terry Miller, a professor of law also has a master’s from Columbia University in education. She has extensive experience working with youth and learning.

Dr. Charles Norris-Brown, has a PhD in sociology and social anthropology. Involved in development, postdoctoral learning has brought him to Nepal, India, Borneo, Appalachia and Canada where he studied people of the forests and their place in ecosystem.

Sushma Bajracharya worked as a development leader for over 30 years. She led peace, children, income generation projects and has experience in monitoring, evaluation, knowledge and learning documentation, packaging, and dissemination.

Bronwyn Sims is a Lecturer in Acting at Yale School of Drama. She has appeared in film and on television including a role in the Emmy award winning first season of The Sopranos. She has also taught at The University of New Hampshire, University of Florida, Marlboro College and other places.

Randy Grodman of Switzerland has led international development projects in Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East and has a master’s degree in international relations.

Liza Wolsky is a Gestalt therapist who practiced as a clinical psychologist at FIT, New York, among other places. Also previously an editor at Pantheon Books, Random House, she has extensive insight into humanized communications.

Surendra Prajapati is the winner of the WWF Nepal’s short film competition. A 2D and 3D computer generated imaging specialist and video editor, he has a degree in fine arts.