Sai Sudha is a contemporary social worker from Chennai, India. She has five years of experience in the social sector and focuses on the education sector. She is currently a Project Manager and the Executive assistant at Nalandaway Foundation and oversees projects on wellbeing and mental health for children from disadvantaged communities. She leads teams on content development for state wide projects. She has designed and created projects on wellbeing and academic learning for primary schools and adolescents.

She holds a Certification in Design Thinking from Tata Institute of Social Sciences. She has a keen interest towards Eastern psychology and completed her Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Buddhist Psychology. She has also completed a course on ‘Recovery from Trauma: Support and Skills.’

She has done a paper presentation on ‘Designing for children with focus on Play and Learn’ for the IDC School of Design, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay.

She is a passionate writer and a poet. She is an animal lover and a nature enthusiast.

This profile was last updated on October 21, 2021

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Contemplative Practices for Well-being of Low-income Children and Teachers in India

Nirmal Govindaraju, Ananya Tiwari, Jyothi Ravichandran, Prachi Khandeparkar, Sai Sudha Ramakrishnan

Topics: Compassion & Empathy | Education | Stress & Resilience