Dr. Shruti Kapoor – Founder and President
Shaken by the horrific gang rape in Delhi 2012 that caught the attention of the global news media, Dr. Shruti Kapoor founded Sayfty in June 2013 to educate and empower women and girls of India against all forms of violence. The initiative aims at creating awareness of laws and legal rights, dialogue around women’s safety. In 2015, Sayfty was awarded the People’s Choice Award by Femverstising, and won a State recognition award by the UP government in India for the organization’s work on safety and education of girls. In 2015 also, Dr. Kapoor was awarded the Rex Karamveer fellowship, “to share impactful ideas for action and transform lives through projects and ideas of hope,” and was awarded “Woman of the Year.” Read more about our Founder
Meet the People Helping Transform Sayfty’s Initiatives into Action
Social Media Consultant
Kavita is a social media manager with experience in leveraging Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media sites to interact with communities and share quality content to further organizations’ goals. She also acts as a social media consultant for Sayfty and hosts #SayftyChat monthly. In her spare time, Kavita blogs about social media and marketing on her self-hosted and managed website, kavitachintapalli.com
Kunal Parmar holds a degree in Mass Media with Advertising as a specialization from the University of Mumbai. He currently works as a Graphic Designer for Sayfty. Being interested in Social issues, he creates hard hitting visualized content. Having decent knowledge about the on - goings in the industry, he wishes to be a companion for Sayfty in their long run and enhance the initiative thereby!
Krishnapriya is a HR professional with global experience and an ardent blogger. An alumnus of Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, she currently hosts #SayftyChat monthly. She deeply cares about the issues of gender equality and women empowerment and tries to do her bit towards the cause within her social circles.
Kaitlyn (Katy) Brennan is a high school student and teenage activist. She fights for equal rights for everyone. You can find more of her writing on The Mighty and The Odyssey
Kshitee Mane is a commerce student at HR College of Commerce & Economics.
Sayfty works with weekly volunteers from all over the world who help us spread awareness via our #VoiceOfTheWeek Twitter program. If you would like to apply for our VoiceOfTheWeek program please use the sign up form on the page above.