With more than 15 years of experience in the field of disability, Mrs. Vandana started The Coloured Zebra a few years back. An RCI certified educator, with specialization in Autism and Learning Disability, and majors in psychology, she is determined to help special needs’ individuals make a place for themselves in the society. She is associated with a leading school in Delhi as a counsellor and psychologist and is also a guest lecturer at many B.eD colleges.
Mrs. Prerna Gupta – Co-founder
Her passion to make a difference in the society made her quit a well-paying corporate job and start The Coloured Zebra with Mrs. Vandana. A teacher at heart and a friend to all the students, Mrs. Prerna designs and conceptualizes all the shows and workshops conducted by TCZ. She is also an educator and trains the kids in computers.
Mr. Sahil Arora – Theatre Expert
A theatre expert, Sahil is the head of Therapy Through Theatre program. His energy and spirit brightens up each child and instils a sense of belongingness in them. Mr. Sahil has more than five years of experience with special needs children and is very well versed to handle behaviour issues of ADHD and Autistic kids.
Ms. Aditi – Special Educator
Being the youngest member of the team, Aditi is like a friend to all the kids. She is a special educator at TCZ and is very well equipped to handle kids with behaviour issues.
Mrs. Sucheta Malhotra – Academic Incharge and Special Educator
With more than 30 years of experience in a reputed Delhi school, Mrs. Sucheta is the academic incharge at The Coloured Zebra. She has been dealing with special needs children for more than 10 years and specializes in learning disabilities.
Mrs. Kavita Narayanan – Social Impact Head
Mrs. Kavita runs an NGO for underprivileged children – Gali Paathshala. Her team and students are a great support to us and our kids. To create an inclusive setup, kids from Gali Paathshala attend our workshops and befriend the special kids. Mrs. Kavita is responsible for making TCZ an inclusive organization and sensitizing other children about special needs.