Prakhar Bhartiya
600291_10150931195338492_212315312_nPost doing his Electrical Engineering he was part of  Teach For India movement as the pioneer batch fellow in 2009. He taught as a full-time class teacher in under resourced school in Kondhwa, Pune and Kurla, Mumbai. He extensively talks about empathic leadership among youth and has been spreading this at National and International Forums. Prakhar likes travelling, cooking, talking to people and practicing random acts of kindness. His aim in life is to shift the course of Indian politics from caste based politics to developmental politics. He can be reached through his BLOG.

Shashank Kalra

shashank-kalraShashank hails from Uttarakhand but he finds himself drawn to the mountains and natural environments now more than the time he lived in the hill state. He is in the journey to  explore community living, sustainable economics and moral leadership and brings in a high commitment to living the values that Youth Alliance represents. A good heart-to-heart conversation can make his day meaningful. He holds a Bachelor’s in Commerce from Hindu College, Delhi University and is also an Acumen India Fellow.

Shubhi Kesarwani


She completed her masters’ in Social Work and has an year’s experience of coordinating education programs for kids in slums, administered activities in a local NGO and initiated women empowerment projects in the villages near Allahabad. She wishes to understand the system’s functioning and studying more sustainable ways of restructuring the existing systems on the value based leadership model and this attracted her to Youth Alliance. She firmly believes in the idea of preserving the essence and creatively adding beauty to the little things in life, this is what excites her and captivates her interest.

Anisha Gupta

13503042_10209732654176632_3797417326537176532_oHer tryst with Youth Alliance began in 2015 as a participant for GM later joining as a core-team member. She has spent few years pursuing a CA degree and realised numbers never excited her as much as stories did. Dropping out of college has been one of the craziest things she has done.  She has always felt guided by how do we create collective, equal, non-judgemental and unconditional spaces for people around us that make us feel connected and belonged to our relationships without conditioning along with giving them the freedom and strength to lead their life.