Anjali Pathak is a lawyer and development professional with over 17 years of experience in the non profit sector. She has worked with reputed non government / government organizations like Prerna (Mumbai), Save the Children India, Human Rights Law Network (Delhi), National Commission for Women and as Consultant UNICEF in the Ministry of Women and Child Development. Government of India. She holds a Master’s degree in Human Rights from the University of London and an MPhil in Sociology from the University of Pune. Anjali Pathak is the founder trustee of URJA, a non-profit organization, working with marginalized and underprivileged women and children, especially migrant women, women in prostitution and women in distress. URJA, established in 2011, is working in Pandvala Kalan in Najafgarh, New Delhi, where through a holistic program covering pre school education, livelihood skills development, legal advocacy and health, the organization is reaching out to almost 300 migrant families. Further, URJA is also implementing the ‘Mahila Panchayat’ proogramme in 22 villages of Jaffarpur Kalan under the aegis of Delhi Commission for Women(DCW). The Mahila Panchayat programme reaches out to almost 300 women in the villages, preventing gender based violence, providing legal aid, awareness and counseling.