We run a tight ship with just five support


Our Managing Committee:
The Seva Sadan Society is managed by an Honorary Managing Committee. It comprises of a minimum of 9 and a maximum of 12 members, who are elected by the General Body at the Annual General Meeting, once in three years.

President  Mrs. Guddi Advani
Vice President  Mrs. Khurshed Pavri
Hon. Secretary Mrs. Umaima Mulla-Feroze
Hon. Joint Secretary  Mrs. Meera Dixit
Hon. Treasurer  Ms.  Kashmira Dajee
Hon. Joint Treasurer  Mrs. Vidya Srikanth
Member  Mrs. Azmina Patanwala
Member   Mrs. Shiraz Guard

Members of our Advisory Panel:
The Society has an Advisory Panel comprising eminent professionals from various fields, who advise the Management on a regular basis.

Mr. Niteen Pradhan Advocate
Mr. Harshad Bhatia Architect and Urban Designer
Mr. Sam P. Rao Architect, Poonager Billimoria & Company
Dr. Mrs. Indu Shahani  Former Sheriff of Mumbai and Principal, H.R.College of Commerce and Economics
Shihan Vispy Kapadia Principal & Director, Coordinator Asia,
All India Gojukai Karate Do Gojukai India
Mr. Subhash Avate IPS Retd. Head of Security, Mumbai International Airport
Mr. Mukesh S. Thacker       Chartered Accountant / VAT Expert
Ms. Puloma Dalal    Chartered Accountant / Service Tax Expert
Mr. V. Y Sanglikar Advocate
Mr. Ajitkumar C. Shah Advocate
Mrs. Sona Sekhon   Counsel General, Haiti
Mr. Kaizad Patel Michelin Chef

Our dedicated volunteers, who make it possible for Seva Sadan to run all its programmes successfully

Volunteer Support
Seva Sadan is blessed to have a large team of capable and committed volunteers, specializing in different disciplines, who run the institution professionally with a small paid support staff, thereby reducing the staff administrative costs substantially.

The services of the Managing Committee Members who give of their time and expertise whole heartedly, and of the Advisory Panel Members, whose professional advice guides our operations, are entirely voluntary. Highly motivated and accomplished volunteers also regularly provide  their services to supplement teaching efforts,  skills development and  cultural and social orientation,  to widen the horizons of  the  Sevan Sadan girls who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.