We are a team of changemakers with 30 person years of experience in civic intervention and transforming urban spaces. We have worked on a range of civic interventions from social change, tactical urbanism, urban idea incubation to urban design. We have extensive experience in working with all pillars of society including government, market and civil society. Design, planning, strategising, policy, participatory planning, tactical urbanism, technology in governance and working with various government & non-government stakeholders is our forte.
Sathya Sankaran is a tactical urbanist and an active transport evangelist. He has been instrumental in “Cycle Day” and “Commuter Rail” campaigns and is currently championing policy interventions like Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority and Active Transport policy. He is a Computer Science Graduate and a Post Graduate in Public Policy. Sathya is currently the “Bicycle Mayor” of Bengaluru an honorary position given by BYCS. He is the architect of technology platforms which enable Data-driven decision making at Mapunity.
Subbaiah is a Civic leader, evangelist of democracy and a serial social entrepreneur. He is also an Architect and Urban Planner by training and holds a Master’s Degree in Product Design from Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bengaluru. He is also the Fellow of the Indian Institute of Architects (FIIA) & Fellow of Bangalore Civic Leadership Incubation Program (BCLIP).
Sonal Kulkarni is an Urban Strategist. She worked as a Senior Transport Planner and Anchored the Advocacy, Communications and Participatory Planning vertical at the Directorate of Urban Land Transport (DULT), Government of Karnataka. She holds a Master’s degree in Urban Planning (MPl) from the University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles and Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from M.S.Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bangalore. She is a recipient of Urban Vision’s –“Young Urban Leader Fellowship”. She currently plans, designs and implements Active Transport Infrastructure for Smart Cities