1. gurdhyan singh, Executive Director
gurdhyan singh, is a Justice Consultant for Research and Education, founder of the Academy, with over 20 years of experience in the areas of access to justice, capacity building, and good governance. He was a UN human rights official in Rwanda and former Yugoslavia, and International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. gurdhyan was a Legal Advisor with the International Commission of Jurists based in Geneva, Switzerland. As an adjunct and visiting faculty, gurdhyan taught at Hamline University, University of Minnesota, and Pristina University. He conducts educational and capacity building programs for community service, civil society, social service, nongovernmental and governmental organizations. gurdhyan is also on the UNDP ExpRes Roster on the Rule of Law.
2. Harbir Kaur, Deputy Executive Director (USA)
Harbir is an advocate, trainer and educator on the prevention of family violence and elder abuse with more than 18 years of experience in Minnesota, USA. She has worked with various women's shelters and advocacy organizations. She manages Academy's Elder Abuse training program.
3. Aratrika Choudhuri, Director of Projects, India
Aratrika is 2nd year BALLB student at West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences.
4. Ms. Bhagyashree Sonwane, Research Coordinator, India
Bhagyashree is 8th Semester BALLB (Hons.) student at Vaishnav Institute of Law.
5. Ms. Nagma Khan, Research Coordinator, India
Nagma is 5th year BALLB (Hons.) student at University School of Law and Legal Studies (GGSIPU).
6. Darwesh Singh, IT Administrator
Darwesh Singh is a graduate of MN Transition Charter Schools and was a reporter with ThreeSixty Journalism at University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN. He was also a resident tech guru at with ThreeSixty Journalism. Darwesh interned at Saint Paul Neighborhood Network News (SPNN), a community based media organization. He is pursuing Associate Degree, Cyber Safety, at St. Paul College in St. Paul, MN, USA.
7. Amolak Singh, Senior Editor
Amolak Singh is a graduate of Nova Classical Academy, and was a Senior Reporter with ThreeSixty Journalism, at University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN. He interned at Saint Paul Neighborhood Network News (SPNN), a community based media organization. Amolak has received awards from the Minnesota Newspapers Association in 2013 and 2014 for his articles. Amolak is a undergraduate student at the College of Sciences and Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA.