Gayatree Dey

With over 20 years of experience in the development sector, Gayatree has worked on various critical issues, including HIV/AIDS, sexuality, and children at risk. In 2010, she joined Teach for India and became one of the Founding Team members for the Delhi chapter, where she led community, school, and government relations. In 2016, Gayatree took charge of the Delhi and Odisha chapter of Indus Action, focusing on the implementation of the Right to Education (RTE) Act’s Section 12.1.c, which reserves 25% of seats in private schools for under-resourced communities.

At LIFI, Gayatree plays a pivotal role in establishing partnerships and building a supportive ecosystem for children across the country.