Dipika Srivastava has a Post Graduate Diploma in Rural Development and Management from the Institute of Engineering and Rural Technology, Allahabad. She has worked in the area of sexual and reproductive health and rights for over five years. She has a keen interest and experience in training and reproductive and sexual health related issues.
Dipika is a Programme Associate with TARSHI. Her work includes conducting trainings and workshops, developing Hindi IEC material and publications, documentation, networking and representing TARSHI at national and international fora.
Director Administration and Finance
Janette Sunita is a Post Graduate in Business Administration
specialising in Marketing and Finance. She has substantial experience
working with the UN, Corporate and Social Development sectors. She is
Director Administration and Finance for TARSHI and for the Resource
Madhubala has a Bachelors of Arts degree in Sociology from IGNOU. She
has been working in TARSHI since 1999. Prior to this, she was teaching.
Her interests include teaching and interacting with children, creative
pursuits and counselling.
Madhubala is the Administration Assistant at TARSHI and handles the
front desk, maintains the database of all publications and other
resources, and provides administrative support to all TARSHI programmes.
Neha has a Bachelor of Laws (BA LLB) from the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) and a Master of Laws (LLM) from Columbia University. She has been working on human rights, sexuality and gender justice issues for the last seven years in both India and the United States. Her areas of interest include training and practice in the techniques of the ‘Theatre of the Oppressed’ and ‘Rainbow of Desire’.
Neha is a Programme Associate with TARSHI. Her responsibilities include conducting trainings and workshops, developing publications, adapting TARSHI’s materials towards eLearning content, documentation, illustrations, networking, representing TARSHI at national and international fora.
Prabha Nagaraja is a Post Graduate in Child Development from Delhi
University. She worked with children with dyslexia and other
disabilities before joining TARSHI at its inception in 1996. Her areas
of interest include sexuality education for young people and the sexual
rights of people with disabilities.
Prabha is Director Programmes at TARSHI. Her work includes overseeing the
TARSHI helpline, training, developing programmes and publications,
networking and programme management.
Radhika Chandiramani trained as a clinical psychologist at the National
Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS). She founded
TARSHI in 1996. Her main areas of interest are sexuality and rights. She
is a recipient of the MacArthur Fellowship for Leadership Development
and the Soros Reproductive Health and Rights Fellowship. She has
co-edited Sexuality, Gender and Rights: Exploring Theory and Practice in
South and Southeast Asia (Sage, 2005). Her most recent publication
is Good Times for Everyone: Sexuality Questions, Feminist Answers.
Radhika is the Executive Director of TARSHI, the South and Southeast
Asia Resource Centre on Sexuality, and the co-Director of The Sexuality
and Rights Institute in India.