New Indian Express | May 20, 2018 Mayura Balasubramanian empowers disadvantaged groups through her not-for-profit organisation, CraftizenCraftizen focuses on enhancing livelihoods of artisans by enabling craft-based skill development programmes to empower women from rural areas and the specially-abled.ALSO FEATURED IN New Indian Express
May 17, 2018WLEI signs MoU with SEWAWomen's Leadership and Excellence Initiative has signed an MoU with SEWA to take forward the cause of women empowerment and development. Know More
April 06, 2018GS 10K Women - Chandigarh Chapter Meet at ISB, MohaliThe Chandigarh Chapter of GS 10K Women got together at ISB for an interactive session based on the theme, “Hear, Care and Share.”  Know More
Hindustan Times | March 23, 2018 30-yr-old on a mission to empower womenSrishti Bakshi, ISB alumnus from the Co 2011, is travelling from Kanyakumari to Kashmir on foot to spread awareness.ALSO FEATURED IN Tribune
March 22, 2018A Walk to Create AwarenessSrishti Bakshi, Co 2011, is walking from Kanyakumari to Kashmir to create awareness about women's issues. Know More
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