Kriti - working with the urban poor  
  
 
 
Our Vision:
To empower women by helping them find livelihoods, better educate their children and improve their sense of well being.
 
Founders:
 
Himani Gupta
Himani started her career as a Management Trainee with Hindustan Unilever and then went on to work as a management consultant with Capgemini and Pricewaterhouse Coopers in London. She also worked with Unitus for 3 years helping microfinance institutions improve their operating practices.

Himani holds an MBA from Said Business School, Oxford and an engineering degree from BITS, Pilani.
 
Sreelata Chebrol
Sreelata is an experience IT professional with over 15 years experience in software development for large companies in the United States. She has been an active volunteer with Kriti since the first health camp was conducted in May 2009 and has joined the board as a Trustee in May 2013. She is passionate about working with children.

Sreelata holds a Post graduate degree from Texas A & M University and an engineering degree from CBIT, Hyderabad.
 
Aparna Vishwanatham
Aparna has around 9 years of corporate sector experience where she has worked with organizations such as ICRA (an associate of Moody’s in India) and Philips. She started her development sector work with Unitus and then further worked with EDA Rural Systems, before moving to her home town Hyderabad to co-establish Kriti.

Aparna holds an MBA from IIM Calcutta and an engineering degree from Osmania University.

After a full-time, intensive engagement with Kriti for 4 years, Aparna is currently on an extended sabbatical.
 
Kriti was registered as a Public Charitable Trust in 2009. We have section 12A exemption from the Income Tax Department, 80G certification for donors to claim tax exemption on their donations and FCRA registration that enables us to receive funds from abroad. Please contact us for any further information.