"None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful." – Mother Teresa
Radhika is a passionate traveller, nature enthusiast, creative cook, seasonal artist, innovative marketer, loving mother, cheerful wife and a jovial friend. Graduating from business school, she started her career in HR, eventually discovering her love for marketing. Her previous work experience with an Agri magazine gave her tremendous insights on agriculture, life of a farmer, sustainable & innovative practices, rural economy that brings in the required knowledge and skill set to Nativefolks. At Nativefolks, her role is to bridge the gap between urban and rural settings by strategising and promoting the eco-tourism initiatives of the organisation.
Ashwini is an avid dreamer who loves star gazing and painting with soul and body. She is happiest while working on fresh ideas and in the company of good old friends. Someone who cherishes a chat with plants and animals. She is also Damroo’s human, who is a 4 year old Doberman. Damroo is pretty much as old as NativefolksJ
Deseray is the youngest among the team blessed with a creative mind, she is fascinated by the influence travel can have in boosting her creativity. She loves discovering new places, patterns, designs and most of all sharing quirky and friendly conversations with people. She has completed her bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication and has work experience of over two years. The young lady can always be spotted with a bright smile, especially if she just caught a whiff of coffee.
Author of books about Goa like 100 Goan Experiences, Traditional occupations of Goa and Goa Remembered.
Tara is a being human enthusiast with a deep compassion for everything she feels from her heart. She has been facilitating travellers for an immersive experience in rural India since 2010. She loves to trek, dance, sing and cook. She loves to ponder over the mysteries and mystics of this creation. She is a social work graduate and has worked with national and international nonprofits and is associated with American study abroad since 8 years. She is also currently pursuing her PhD, focusing on rural sociology and socioeconomic development in the eastern Himalayas, particularly agro-based livelihood security and resilience in farming households in Sikkim.