A committee of ten people from various spheres such as business, design, public relations, education and law curate each conference, workshop and course offered.
anjali raghbeer specialized in business with an MBA from London Business School, UK. But she had always yearned to write, so she then did a certificate course in feature film writing from the University of California, Los Angeles, USA, and now writes film scripts and children’s books.
‘The Veena Player’, a book that forms part of the ‘Looking at Art’ series was shortlisted for the Vodaphone Crossword Award 2010. Her series, ‘Art Tales’ launched at the World Book Fair, 2012, introduces folk art to children. Anjali has also conducted art appreciation workshops for youngsters that introduce them to the exciting world of Indian art.
Her book, ‘The Curse of the Broken Step’ (Scholastic Publishers), is the first in a series of mystery novels that revolves around a theft of miniature paintings. Her latest novel, ‘The Nizam’s Jewels’ is to be released later this year. She’s also worked with the World Wildlife Fund to create a book, ‘Grow A Green Gene’, that sensitizes children to climate change. Her current work in progress is an adult fiction novel, ‘A Pointed Edge.’
Anjali was awarded the Young Women’s Ficci Ladies Organisation 2013-14 for her contribution to children’s literature in India. Anjali is a founder member and the key managing partner in her venture The Shift Series that holds conferences for the youth and brings together online learning. She lives in New Delhi with her husband and two daughters. With a great love for art, she and her husband have steadily built up a select collection.