Rahul Nainwal, founder of UnLtd Delhi, is a serial social entrepreneur. In 2001 he co-founded iVolunteer and introduced the concept of formal volunteering in India. In 2004 Rahul created iVolunteer Overseas, a first of its kind in India that sends Indians to volunteer in other countries. Till 2012 Rahul was responsible in creating the learning systems for the ICICI Fellows program and has now initiated the India Fellow program. Rahul is an alumnus of Institute of Rural Management (IRMA) and THNK – The Amsterdam school of creative leadership.
Vivek Joshi, with a rich background of engineering and subsequently management studies went on to co-found a business to business e-commerce marketplace. After a successful tryst with enterprise himself; he has been actively involved in investing and mentoring start-ups across domains. He enjoys to work with passionate and motivated entrepreneurs especially in early stages of the enterprise and is leading the incubation work of UnLtd Delhi. He is also an advisor to the other aspects of work of the team.
Anupama Pain, after her 4 years of experience in corporate finance consulting, has worked for an equal duration on program design, pilot and dissemination for Self Help Group Federations in areas of rural finance (savings and health insurance), financial literacy, capacity building and pro poor value chains in rural Maharashtra with NGO Chaitanya. She is also an active volunteer herself and takes up diverse volunteering assignments. She is co-founder of the India Fellow program and involved in the program management at UnLtd Delhi. http://www.linkedin.com/in/anupamapain