Suchi Gaur is a communications expert working in the space of public health, gender equality and technology for more than seven years. A doctorate in Participatory Communication, Suchi has over the years worked extensively on the grassroots, taking her experiences of reality to program implementation and policy advocacy. Currently she works as the Communication Specialist for South-East Asia region for Project HOPE, an international NGO working in public health. Earlier, she worked at ayzh (a startup for maternal and child health innovation), Public Health Foundation of India and Office of Sh. Naveen Jindal (Former Member of Parliament). She has provided consultancy at several universities and colleges as Health Communication, Social Marketing and Development Journalism expert. She was awarded a Gold Medal for her Doctoral work, which spanned across India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and the United States. As a Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral Scholar at New York University in 2012-13, she researched the policies and models of Community Radio in the United States. In her spare time, she likes to write stories for change, break stereotypes and thrash patriarchy!