Cohort 16 Meet the new LEADers Brief report

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Cohort 16 Meet the new LEADers Brief report
Cohort 16
Meet the new LEADers
Ambuj Kishore, ARAVALI
Chittranjan Hota, Manav
Adhikar Sewa
Inspiring Leadership for a Sustainable World
Ashish Rai, Aarogyam
LEAD
India
Inspiring Leadership for a Sustainable World
Gajanan Kale, Apeksha Kanika Pal, Apollo Tyres
Homoeo
Vijai Pratap Singh,
LEAD India
Anna Kalisch, GiZ Samir Audi, V. M. Salgaocar &
Bro. Pvt. Ltd.
Bhawana Luthra,
LEAD India
Gopal Shankar Singh,
Banaras Hindu University
Sandeep Mehto,
Bharat Calling
All good things come to an
end and so did NTS for
Cohort 16, which has been
a fantastic journey of
learning and excellent
exposure through eminent
resource persons. Thanks
to LEAD India I was
blessed to meet and
befriend some gem of
people whose devotion for
work and knowledge kept
me in the state of awe.
On 20th March 2015 the sessions concluded with the formal
Graduation Ceremony, which felicitated the participants and
welcomed them in the network of LEAD Fellows. The graduation
ceremony was followed by the Annual General Meeting of LEAD
India. Cohort 16 presented their lessons learnt from the learning
journey and concrete suggestions on how would they continue
engaging with LEAD India. The AGM has appointed two fellows from
Cohort 16 to develop a draft Fellows charter for LEAD India.
Now begins an exciting
new journey as Fellow of
prestigious LEAD network
which I am looking
f
forward
d to.
-Ashish Rai, LEAD Fellow,
Cohort 16
Cohort 16, NTS 4
Brief report- Integrating Conservation and Climate
Adaptation in Urban Development, National Training
Session ((NTS)) 4,, Cohort 16
Cohort 16 is the first batch representing the homegrown module
home grown module run over 4 NTS in the back drop of Rural
development, Urban development, Business sustainability and
Mountain ecosystems. Each module was co-designed and codelivered with Fellows working in the vicinity and drew on their
rich
i h expertise
i as resource persons. This
hi event places
l
a milestone
il
iin
evolution of LEAD India as it adds 11 enthusiastic professionals in
the live throbbing network of now 176 Fellows across India.
Cohort 16, NTS 4
Brief report- Integrating Conservation and Climate Adaptation in
Urban Development, National Training Session (NTS) 4, Cohort 16
(From L to R)- Dr.
Pushpa Pathak, Avikal
S
Somvanshi,
hi Ritu
Rit Mathur,
M th
Manas Arvind, Anuja Jha
and Dr. Geetam Tiwari
Cohort 16 during technical session
Inspiring Leadership for a Sustainable World
Amid the packed schedule of this four-day training session,
team spent an early morning session at Tughlakabad fort
reflecting on their learning journey so far and sharing the path
on which they want to travel in coming future.
The four-day module on Integrating Conservation and Climate Adaptation in Urban Development
covered modules on- Sustainability and equity challenges in urban development, building &
construction in urban landscape- Sustainability challenges and best practices, everything we need to
know about the food we eat- Supply Chain of Urban farming, sustainability challenges in urban
transport and effective communications. The above modules were supplemented by a field visit to
slum of Geeta Colony where participants got a first hand experience of life in a slum in an urban
setting.
tti
The
above
technical
sessions
were
supplemented by a field visit to slum of Geeta
Colony where participants got a firsthand
experience of life in a slum in an urban setting
d a leadership
l d hi panell which
hi h comprised
i d off Aditi
and
Kapoor (Cohort 2), Krishnendu Bose (Cohort 3), K
G Saxena (Cohort 5), Sudhir Sinha (Cohort 12)
and Neelesh Kulkarni (Board Member).
Field Visit- Geeta Colony Slum
Leadership Panel
Cohort 16, NTS 4