Senior Specialist, TNUSSP
Education: M.Tech in Water Science and Governance from TERI University, New Delhi
Rajesh Ramamoorthy is a water and sanitation practitioner. Previously, he led an independent assessment of the 24×7 water supply scheme in the city of Nagpur. Rajesh has worked on assignments that included piloting decentralized wastewater treatment solution with the Agra Cantonment Board and a tributary approach to river restoration in the state of Uttar Pradesh with multiple stakeholders.
Rajesh was involved in a civil society movement towards building city resilience in Chennai and is interested in employing multi-disciplinary approaches towards problem solving.
Gayathri has around 14 years work experience in various aspects of development including poverty, education, food security, HIV/AIDs and in financial markets. She has a Masters in Economic, Finance and in Public Health.
Email: rdevaraj at iihs dot ac dot in
M.Phil and Masters in Economics from Stella Maris College, Chennai; Bachelor’s in History from Women’s Christian College, Chennai
Reeba has a strong track record of 14 years in development research. She had earlier worked for TNS India and GfK India and has designed, implemented and managed research projects across the country for both international organisations and state governments. Her expertise includes quantitative and qualitative surveys and campaign evaluations.