Limabenla Jamir is an International Development consultant. She is part of the Local Public Sector Alliance Secretariat & Global Team where she coordinates the Asia & Africa Expert Working Groups, and Inclusive Governance & Local Democracy thematic group.
Limabenla graduated from Duke University with a Master’s degree in International Development Policy where she studied as a Rotary Peace Fellow, received the Research in Color Foundation mentee fellowship and a Masters in Applied Social Psychology from Royal Holloway, University of London. She has consulted for the Digital Development Global Practice at the World Bank, Washington DC. Broadly, she is interested in analysing and evaluating public policies on poverty reduction, inequality and social policies in fragile and conflict-affected states.
Dennis Lallienzuol is a conflict survivor, peacebuilder and indigenous youth belonging to the ‘Hmar’ community living in Manipur, Northeast India. Lallienzuol is the founder of 'The Bridge School Project', a youth-led community initiative focussing on transforming education and peacebuilding with vulnerable children in the rural areas of Northeast India. He is a Youth Engagement and Empowerment Programme Fellow in 2022 under the United Nations Office of Counter Terrorism (UNOCT).
Lallienzuol is a development professional actively engaged as a member and board of several local, national and international organisations and youth-led networks on issues related to youth, education, environment, indigenous people, social justice and peacebuilding. While his interest lies in development, policy and research; Lallienzuol is a keen archivist who curates a heritage project which was supported by the British Council.
Aolemla Imsong has a Postgraduate degree in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. She is currently working as Superintendent, Observation Home, Child Protection Services, Government of Nagaland.
Aolem has been actively working towards rehabilitation and reintegration of Children in Conflict with Law.
Nabam Tubin has a Postgraduate degree in Public Administration from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. He is currently working as Programme Manager (Livelihoods & Skills) under Arunachal State Rural Livelihoods Mission (ArSRLM), Government of Arunachal Pradesh. He leads the Non-Farm Livelihoods intervention under ArSRLM in Arunachal Pradesh and is the Nodal Officer from ArSRLM for the implementation of Start Up Village Entrepreneurship Program & Prime Minister- Formalization of Micro-Food Enterprises in the State of Arunachal Pradesh.
Muletolu Vero is a Fellow at the Acumen India Academy and the GP Birla Fellowship for Emerging Women Leader at Ananta Aspen Centre. She holds an M.Phil in History from North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, and an M.A. in History from the same institution.
Her most recent role was as a United Nations Volunteer - District Youth Officer in Kiphire, Nagaland, where she worked on the Strengthening NYKS & amp; NSS project, an initiative of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, UNDP, and UNV India. Prior to her role as a United Nations Volunteer, Muletolu served as a Board Member for NEIMUN where she played a key role in establishing NEIMUN as the first Model UN entity in Northeast India. Furthermore, she has actively volunteered for initiatives like the HelpNagalandBreathe- a Covid-19 Relief Campaign as Lead for Needs assessment and is currently volunteering as the President of the Police Family Welfare, DEF Tseminyu, Nagaland.