TC-I Changemakers

Occasionally, the editors of this blog decide to leave their comfy chairs (any guesses where these chairs would be?) and go talk to real people. The mission is to create a voice for organizations and people doing some remarkable work to change the world and change India. We sincerely hope reading about these folks featured here, motivates you to get off that comfy chair and go do something!

TC-I Changemakers [In no specific order]

  1. CGAP Technology Program – Click here to read an interview with Gautam Ivatury, Manager of CGAP’s Technology Program to increase financial inclusion of the poor.
  2. Earnkarma — Click here to read an interview with Gulshan Ramesh on a new website aimed to help people find and become volunteers
  3. The Global Fund for Children – Click here to hear an interview with Founder and President Maya Ajmera.
  4. Globalscholar – Click here to read an interview with the company’s CEO Kal Raman.
  5. NComputing — Click here to read an interview with Stephen Dukker, CEO and Founder, about providing the world with a $70 PC.
  6. NGOPost.org – Click here to read the feature and learn about the founders
  7. Pratham Books – Click here to read an interview with a member of the Pratham Books team.
  8. Siksha.org – Click here to read an interview with the founders of the P2P scholarship site.
  9. GreenMango – Click here to read an interview with Yasmina McCarty, co-founder.
  10. Echoing Green – Click here to read an interview with Cheryl Dorsey, President.

2 Responses

  1. We would like an opportunity to speak to you about our new virtual laptop service called WiHood which bridges the digital divide providing everyone with their own virtual PC from a USB bracelet which includes Office applications, online storage and online child protection.

    We would be honored if we could be added to the above list of distinguished companies.

    Thomas F. Anglero, CEO
    WiHood AS
    http://www.WiHood.com

  2. I am a proud member of saaral social service community….

    Saaral:Help the Orphans community in Orkut tries to change India By Helping Orphanages,Visually Handicapped Childrens…

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