He is a development educator and practising Organizational Development expert and a Gender trainer. As the founder of Janvikas, he has helped set up several strategic organizations in the country, like Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan, Sahjeevan, Drishti, Centre for Social justice, and HID forum to name a few. He was appointed as a member of a monitoring group by NHRC to monitor human right violations. His professional expertise lies in Human and institutional development training and designing.
Krishna has been working at the socio-cultural, legal and economical confluence of human rights and ecology especially with the Adivasi and Non-Pastoral Nomadic communities, engaging with varied stakeholders and positions therein. He keeps his creativity lively and sharp by dabbling in urdu poetry, reading, deconstructing film and theater, and shaking a leg once in a while. Krishna's constants, in terms of books, are The Game's Afoot by Ken Ludwig and Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Prerana is an interdisciplinary researcher interested in the intersections of Gender and Sexuality Theory, Media Practise and Urban Planning. They find their joys in children's literature, baking and poetry. The books that Prerana keeps coming back to for comfort are, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and This Bridge Called My Back by Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa.