Stuti is an old-timer with SRIJAN, having been an integral part of the team since 2006. Stuti played a key role in SRIJAN’s locations at Ichhawar & Jaisinagar, Madhya Pradesh, where she was engaged in the grassroots implementation of irrigation and horticulture projects and, ensuring participation of women in the local governance system.
In her current role, Stuti manages the operations of SRIJAN’s locations at Angul, Odisha and Jatara, Madhya Pradesh. She contributes to knowledge management and the strategic directions for SRIJAN and is also a member of the fund raising committee.
Stuti holds the cause of gender equality, women empowerment and the skills and capacity building of rural women within gram panchayats very close to her heart.
Stuti has a graduate degree in Agriculture from Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT) and acquired her Masters in Gender and Development (GAD) from Institute of Development Studies from the University of Sussex. She is a recipient of Chevening Fellowship (2016).
Recently, an organization called ‘Srijan Mahila Sahyog Samiti’/ ‘Srijan Vikas Sahkari Sahyog Samiti’/ ‘Srijan Mahila Vikas Sahyog Samiti Limited’’., Bhagalpur, Bihar, has been in the news for an alleged scam.
For those who are wondering whether there is any connection between that organization and our Self-Reliant Initiatives through Joint Action (referred to as SRIJAN), we clarify that SRIJAN is in no way connected to or associated with Srijan Mahila Sahyog Samiti’/ ‘Srijan Vikas Sahkari Sahyog Samiti’/ ‘Srijan Mahila Vikas Sahyog Samiti Limited’’., Bhagalpur, Bihar”