The authority to lay down key expectations as well as to administer key decisions, policies, and verifying performance resides with SRIJAN’s Board. Some of SRIJAN Board members are people who have given their life for the poor and still connect with the grassroots. Their perspective helps SRIJAN to question its own interventions – whether we are reaching the poorest, what impact are we making, etc.
The senior members such as the Programme Leaders and the Team leaders form the Core – Management Committee and Organisation Building Group, to fulfil the twin objective of- preparing the second line leadership; and to promote collective decision-making forum to discuss organisation matters exclusively.
At the field location, our field teams comprising of professional staff as well as support staff (Para-professionals, accounts, admin) headed by the Team Leaders manage various programmes at their respective locations.
|SNo||Name||Occupation||Age||Gender||Position in Board||Since when associated with SRIJAN|
|1||Ms. Rekha Masilamani||Development Consultant, President Agragami||68||Female||Chairman||2000|
|2||Prof. Tushaar Shah||Principal Scientist||63||Male||Trustee||2004|
|3||Mr. Ajay Mehta||President, Seva Mandir||60||Male||Trustee||2006|
|4||Ms. Bharti Ramola||Business Leader||56||Female||Trustee||2011|
|5||Mr. Shankar Venkateswaran||Director||57||Male||Trustee||2011|
|6||Ms Gauri Singh||Managing Director, MP Urja Vikash Nigam||51||Female||Trustee||2014|
|7||Ms Rohini Somanathan||Prof. Economics, Delhi University||49||Female||Trustee||2014|
|8||Ms Mythili Bhusnurmath||Consulting Editor, Economics Times||61||Female||Trustee||2014|