the second Chairman of the Advisory Board, is a nationally renowned psychiatrist. He has held many senior medical appointments and is currently the Director of the Regional Resource and Training Centre. He is also Chairman of the Kripa Foundation Nagaland, a branch of India’s largest NGO, which works with people suffering from chemical dependency and HIV Infection.
holds a degree and post-graduate qualifications in Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry. He is the Deputy Project Director of the Nagaland Livestock Development Board, run by the Government of Nagaland. Dr Gwirie lives in Jotsoma, where he is a member of the Grover Memorial Committee.
is an Obstetrician and Gynecologist who has trained in both the UK and Germany. He worked in the Nagaland Health Service as the Medical Superintendent of the Civil Hospital, Tuensang, before resigning to set up in private practice. He is now the Managing Director of the Putuonuo Nursing Home, and a charter member of the Kohima Rotary Club.
completed her Masters in Film & Television at Edinburgh College of Art and worked there as a film editor before joining New Delhi Television as a Supervising Producer. She has now returned to Nagaland where she runs her own production house, Cue Hue, known for both its commissioned documentaries and its short films.
is the Commissioner and Secretary to the Government of Nagaland, to which he was originally deputised in 2006. Prior to this, he served in various capacities in the Directorate General of Foreign Trade for the Government of India, where he was involved in the formulation and implementation of foreign trade policy.
is a social worker and social entrepreneur who studied and worked in Mumbai, Hong Kong, Dubai and New York. She returned to Nagaland to set up a human resources development agency with an emphasis on improving regional job opportunities and supporting budding entrepreneurs. She is a member of the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance.
is the Managing Director of the Mezhur Higher Secondary School, Kohima. He is also President of the Nagaland Football and Table Tennis Associations, as well as a member of the Appeal Committee for the All India Football Federation. He was previously Regional Manager of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and was a founder member of KES.
graduated with a law degree from Delhi University and is currently serving as Deputy Secretary in the Nagaland Public Service Commission, Kohima. Previously he practised law in Dimapur and held the position of Legal Officer in the Nagaland Industrial Development Corporation.
graduated with a law degree from Delhi University and is a practising attorney who also teaches at the Kohima Law College. He is the Vice-President of the Nagaland Bar Association and a renowned anti-corruption and consumer activist. He has served as President of the Kohima Rotary Club.
a qualified accountant, was appointed as the full-time Executive Manager in 2012. He previously worked as an analyst in the insurance industry, and for the TATA Consultancy in Bangalore
Honorary President of KES, is the Chairman and CEO of M/s Naga Indigenous Foods. In addition, he is the Chief Functionary for the Centre of Democracy and Tribal Studies, and is well known as an independent journalist and researcher, publisher and writer on environment, conflict resolution, education and human development.
who has been Chairman of the Society since its inception, has decided to step aside to devote more time to his career as a distinguished educator and to his many community activities. He will continue to be available to KES as a counsellor.