Staff (Chandigarh area)

Leena Khaneja

Director Operations, Tarang Health Alliance

She received her Bachelor of Laws from Punjab University and then went on to do her Bachelor of Education and MBA. Amongst many certifications, she successfully concluded School Health Education and Curriculum training at the Department of Community Medicine and School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh in 2019.

Moreover, she has gained extensive experience of more than 19 years, working with kids, transitioning into special education as an academic advisor, and assisting many students with learning disabilities. Additionally, she mentored and aided teachers in developing comprehensive course curricula and individual guidance plans for students with behavioural and health problems.

She was also health and wellness in charge of a school during the COVID pandemic. She has the requisite capability to steer children towards healthy habits.

Rajni Saini

Health Educator (Chandigarh/Panchkula)
Done my Masters in Science and Bachelor’s in Education from Panjab University, Chandigarh having 10 years of Experience in Education sector with Reputed NGO , where I work with teachers and Students of Government School, Passionate about to bring a change in upcoming youth towards the importance of Education in their life.

Sarika Singh

Health Educator and Trainer
Sarika Singh is an experienced educator and mentor bringing 4+ years of experience with 2+yrs in ed-tech enriching students lives with Chemistry and Science as a subject. Holds Masters degree in Chemistry with B.Ed and various teaching exams qualified. She is a tech-savvy integrating learning and technology and passionate about holistic learning. Shares a common goal of making health education integral part of learning and creating a positive impact.

Anjali Kashyap

Health Educator
Has done a Master’s degree in Botany, Bachelor’s degree in Education, CTET, HTET, and GATE (Life Sciences) qualified. Over 4.9 years of teaching experience in Biology and Science. I strive to inspire individuals to adopt healthy lifestyles and become advocates for their own well-being.
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