President Vividha, Pioneering work in Rajasthan women's movement. Filled several writ petitions in Rajasthan High Court including the famous Roop Kanwar burning on the pyre of her husband in the name of Sati. and in Supreme court.A retired professor of Political Science from a P.G Kanoria girls college, Jaipur. Runs a counseling center for distressed women in Mahila thana East, Jaipur. Has translated many books from English to Hindi, writes articles. Conducts training of Government officials and others on women’s empowerment.
Secretary Vividha, a Retired General Manager Rajasthan Action Aid India. Has worked with the prestigious, Women’s Development Program of Rajasthan Government on various decision making positions. Has excellent communication and training skills with grassroots workers. Expertise in Gender audits, evaluation of various programmes and groups.
Vice President Vividha, a Dexterous Serial Entrepreneur, A TEDx Speaker, An Award – Winning Mentor, An Exemplary Orator, A Youth Icon & A Renowned Tv Anchor In India.She Is A Strategic Adviser On Diversity Management To Many Indian & International Corporates. Startup Mentor & Leadership Coach, & philanthropist.
Executive Director Aajivika Bureau. A program for migrant workers at the source and destination, running in 3 states of India. Rajiv is internationally known for this innovative work. The Bureau Registers and issues identity cards to migrants. Runs a labor helpline, and works with women members of migrants who are left behind.
First signatory on Supreme Court's PILin the famous Bhanwari Devi gang rape case, leading to Landmark Judgment on prevention of sexual harassment of women at work place on behalf of Vishakha an NGO. Bill drafting committee member on this issue in the National Commission for Women. Played leading role in anti Sati and anti rape movements of Rajasthan. Expertise in writing for the less educated. Started Ujala chhadi and Vividha features. Conducted various media training.
Vividha is a women's documentation and resource centre established in 1998. As the women's movement in Rajasthan became more intense and broader based in membership, the need for an information and resource centre became increasingly pressing.