Archana Dubey is a self-taught, passionate and creative person who works around sustainability. She has experience in facilitating group dialogues and other workshops on such themes as the power of silence, multifaith prayer and togetherness. She is inspired by nature and likes to work on concepts for upscaling waste into meaningful products. For over three years, she has worked on various projects involving civil servants and businesspeople under the aegis of IofC India’s Centre for Governance. She has been a team member of IofC India’s programmes on Trustbuilding: peace and social unity, Ethical Leadership, Sustainable Effective Living, Lead for Change, Symbiosis and Tribal Community Development. Archana’s professional journey spans the administration, hospitality, development and fashion sectors. She is a coordinator of the Happiness Volunteer Network, reaching out to the poor, migrants and homeless across India with relief work. She is also the National Coordinator of Ecoskillarts, a platform for skill enhancement, through the lens of sustainability, for the creative sector. Find out more about Archana here.