Prabhleen Tuteja | Director of Programmes
Prabhleen is a feminist development professional and activist, with more than eight years’ experience with grassroots feminist organisation and advocacy research spaces. Her work involves training, research, policy advocacy and program management, with a focus on working on youth based programs at community and at institutional levels.
She received her Master’s degree in Social Work, and her undergraduate degree in History, from the University of Delhi. She has worked as a trainer for diverse groups and has been involved in creating advocacy material, youth toolkit, guidebooks and standard protocols for practitioners and policy makers on issues ranging from safe public places, gender based violence and girls' economic empowerment. She is a member of the Global UNiTE Youth Network and played a key role in designing, pilot testing and regional training of the toolkit developed for young practitioners on gender based violence. She is worked closely in partnership management, donor interface, quality assurance and overall issue based network and advocacy.
At TYPF, Prabhleen works across programmes at the institutional level, on partnership management resource mobilisation and overall programme management.