With a Masters degree in Gender studies from the Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Angana is also a certified Life Skills trainer. During her graduation, she was an active member of the Street Theatre circuit of University of Delhi where she scripted, directed and performed street plays at prominent platforms such at Ateliers youth theater festival. She has also represented India at the 50-day ‘Ship for World Youth Programme’ in Japan in 2012. She has been a core team member of Project KHEL since 2012 and has played an intrinsic role in designing, initiating and leading the Menstrual Health Management (MHM), Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) and Puberty related programmes. A storyteller at heart, she has actively been engaged in curriculum development based on play, theater, discussions, craft and various other creative means. Her belief in the power of innovation and art have essentially made her responsible for the management of organizational team on a day to day basis. At the same time, she is also actively engaged in the strategic framework of Project KHEL. Apart from in house trainings, she has designed and successfully facilitated various external workshops and trainings for other organizations and institutions.
The sessions conducted by Angana are innovative and interactive in nature and she ensures that a gender sensitive approach is seamlessly adopted in everything she does.