Pranami Garg is the current Executive Director of the ant. She has been working in the sector for the last 18 years as a development professional. Mother and Reproductive Child Health, Child Protection have been major areas of her work in the last 10 years. She holds a Master's degree in Political Science with specialization in Sociology and has a Bachelor’s degree in Law.
In her past experience she was instrumental in initiating the School and Adolescent Health Program in Andaman and Nicobar Islands as part of the School Health Program and extended the program to 18,000 children in 38 schools in the entire group of islands. She has been a Trainer for Water Sanitation and Hygiene, Adolescent Reproductive Sexual Health, Behaviour Change Communication, Menstrual Hygiene Management, Rapid Action Learning, various components of NHM, PRA, PCM and she was until recently freelancing with an UN Agency. She was looking after the community-based interventions called Family Strengthening Program and a Family-based care program in SOS Children's Villages of India at Raigad, Maharashtra and Guwahati, Assam as the Village Director.
Prior to her current position at the ant, she had been the Manager, Program Implementation of FAHALCT, the CSR wing of a business group at Mumbai and Pune, Maharashtra where she was supervising academic programs at Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation run schools, counselling cell, scholarship cell, a Child Care Institute registered under JJ Act 2015 and an international school.