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I provide PMEL skill-building, workshops, and advisory support. All services are tailored to your needs and socio-political context. Find out more here, or get in touch for a chat!

I am proud to work with diverse organisations across our sector: from women's rights networks to cooperatives to the United Nations. Here's what I'm working on now: 


Just Associates (JASS)


I'm working with JASS and partners to strengthen their MEL processes, skills, and tools.


This includes building a bespoke and updated framework, developing expertise, and other tools to help track their incredible work across their regions. Check out JASS' inspiring feminist leadership work here!


As part of this project, I'm:

  • refining their outcomes and results framework, 

  • building tools to track their political accompaniment of women human rights defenders

  • synthesising and analysing mixed methods data about their work, analysing contributions to change 

  • helping design and build a feminist database to track their global programmes and outcomes

  • writing Stories of Change for publication 

  • editing and writing donor reports for large, multi-year grants to international funders

  • facilitating learning conversations with teams 

  • building PMEL systems to track their work, analyse relationships with their communities, to complement their programming 

  • ensuring that all their MEL systems are light-touch and fit alongside their programming and busy schedules 

Past Clients

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Who Do I Work With? 


I work with individuals and organisations that identify as marginalised - clients, partners, and on my team.


If you are not marginalised but are interested in or are actively challenging systems of oppression, I will also prioritise working with you.


This could include decolonising, becoming anti-racist, intersectional, participatory, or addressing other inequities and structural imbalances. You may be based in a rich country and have your own privileges - as I do - but you are working actively to engage youth activists in poorer countries, for example.

Intention and values matter deeply to me.


I cannot support organisations that perpetuate existing power dynamics, are complacent in tackling these issues, or are happy to continue to benefit from their unfair privileges.

So what does it mean to be marginalised?

It means that certain groups of people with power and access, or systems of oppression, are hoarding it all and are keeping other groups from opportunities. They may be holding other groups back from even having access to resources. If you're imagining a faceless mass of rich, old, White, able-bodied, cis-gendered men in polyester suits, you'd be right. 

You can be marginalised for several reasons, but here are some of the most common: due to economics, class, caste, neurodiversity, age, creed, ancestry, race, education, gender, sex, physical or intellectual disability, sexuality, political beliefs, geography, or other 'markers'.

You can be marginalised and still have relative privilege, like me. I am a South Indian woman. At work, I was marginalised by being paid less, harassed, and threatened by bullies. I have been denied jobs - including consulting work - because no one wants to sponsor immigrants for a work visa. 

But I have class and caste privilege. I'm Brahmin from South India. While I may not personally be holding anyone back, I benefit from the caste system in India. It keeps a woman exactly the same as me, but who happens to be born to another family in another part of the country, from choosing her life. 

I work to tackle that imbalance and that injustice. It's not fair for only certain voices to be better represented in our sector than others - to get more funding, visibility, whatever.

This selectivity has had certain consequences for my business. But it ensures that my work aligns with my purpose and values. 

How I Can Help You 


​Find out more about what I could do for you here. If there's something else you'd like support with, I'd love to talk more about your needs. Schedule a no-strings-attached, 30-minute consultation with me! 

- Sanjukta

Ready to discuss your needs, project, or have a specific question? You can easily book a no-strings-attached 30-minute consultation with me here.

Want to talk more via email instead? Contact me here or via email and I'll take it from there! 

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