Raj Shree Singh, Senior Consultant

Raj Shree, a Senior Consultant at BRIEF, brings 15 years of expertise in socio-economic realms, holding academic credentials in psychology, social work and M.Phil. in Public Health from Delhi University and JNU. Her work has touched on various areas such as health, education, women and child development, adolescents, disability, empowerment and leadership, skill and community development.  Her extensive experience includes collaborations with organizations like NITCON Limited, British Council, EdCIL (India) Limited, and NGOs such as ActionAid International and Action for Ability, Development, and Inclusion (AADI). Notable projects led by Raj Shree involve conceptualizing and managing high-profile educational initiatives such as compiling concept paper, DFRs, DPRs for MHRD, including collaborations with IITs, IIMs, Tribal University, NIPER (Madurai) and Central Universities. Her expertise extends to designing and developing concepts, and to commissioning Project Management Units (PMUs) also known as Technical Support Groups (TSGs).

In the social sector, Raj Shree has designed training modules and conducted fieldwork training for over 2000 professionals. Formerly an Assistant Professor at Jamia Hamdard, she guided students for government services and taught ‘Occupational Health’ to MBA students. At BRIEF, she currently oversees impactful research projects in need assessment, impact assessment, and large-scale surveys across social and industry research domains. Her notable projects include:

  • World Bank-Study of Gendered Mobility Patterns in Delhi NCR
  • Plan International (India) – Labour Market Assessment in Target Areas of NCR of Delhi and Rajasthan
  • Ola Foundation – Need Assessment for Community-Based Program in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu
  • Pristyn Care – Surgical Care in India – An Insight into Patients’ Experience for Pristine Care (Report was launched online by Health Secretary, Govt. of India)
  • IC NET Limited – Study of Technology Companies in the Healthcare Sector in India
  • IC NET Limited – Remote Diagnostic Imaging Need in India