Inder is a Mechanical Design Engineer by trade and an MBA. After a 20 year career in the US, he started working with animals as a cruelty investigator in Texas and as an Animal Control Officer. He learnt how to control rabies, reduce human-animal conflict, the importance of humane-education and help stray and injured animals. In 2015 he retired and moved to India to use his experience and skills start Animal Control in India and help reduce human-animal conflict.
He has also authored a book - Between the knife and the sock.
Rupika has a double Masters in Sociology and Education and works in the corporate world as a Leadership Coaching and Culture Diversity Head. Her passion lies in Humane Education having worked for UNICEF in Afghanistan and Sri Lanka with displaced families. She is a certified Counsellor and Coach and her forte is in helping people build interpersonal relationships. She is dedicated to spreading compassion and kindness as a way of life.
She was also a Hubert H. Humphrey Fulbright Fellow in 2000-01 - a mid career fellowship funded by the US Congress. Sreela went to the Tulane School of Public Health for her focus of study on Gender and Public Health.
She is an animal lover and in her spare time writes books and poetry.
Donna Marino is a long time animal activist and vegan, and has campaigned for the rights of all animals, ranging from those in the circus to domestic animals to farm animals. A former attorney, Donna became more involved in the issue of animal rights when she took part in the country’s first Animal Rights Law Clinic at Rutgers University. She engages in frequent outreach to educate the community about veganism and is the organizer of the Boulder and Beyond Vegan Meetup in Boulder, CO, a group with over 1,000 members. She currently manages Help Animals India’s Twitter feed.