Anu Sachdev is a practitioner of narrative based social change strategies specializing in transmedia campaigns, entertainment-education, and complexity science approaches. Anu brings international experience and passion in design, production, implementation and extensive monitoring & evaluation for storytelling campaigns. While mainstreaming, Anu tactfully personalizes social narratives for audiences. She has produced more than 10 interventions around the globe that have moved people to action.Anu earned two masters’ degrees from the University of Delhi and University of Texas in communication for social change strategies and complexity -inspired change management.

Anu has worked with great organizations such as PCI Media Impact, New York; University of Texas at El Paso; Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs; Breakthrough; Population Foundation of India amongst others.

Most of all, Anu is a believer of new realities, scripts that can drive people to change. She is always in action and never forgets to smile whomever she meets!


Pallavi is a passionate communicator of holistic communication functions, with the aim of actualizing a positive social impact by transformation of communities from the inside-out. She is trained in Communication for Development, with specialization in theoretical and practical skills in Social and Behavior Change strategies (SBCC) of entertainment-education, effective social campaign, and mobilization. Pallavi is equipped with skills in narrative design, production, content writing, research, design & implementation. Her experience includes working on projects in Asia, Africa and Europe. She has worked with clients including, USAID, World Bank, Government of Karnataka, FICCI, CARE, Vodafone and Purpose Campaign amongst others.

Pallavi earned her dual masters’ degrees in communication from London School of Economics and University of Southern California. She is very passionate about performing arts and wishes to use this as a tool to bring about a wave of change.

She believes that the education she received is both, her privilege and burden, and till the time she doesn’t use it as a means to bring about a difference, her purpose would not be fulfilled.