Dr Prem Aggarwal- (Chairman; Project Head, Pragati)- A renowned cardiologist, specializing in emergency critical care and having a passion for teaching, he is the main faculty behind medical training and development programs to train various sections of the society including doctors, police officers, RWAs, workers as well as patient themselves in managing and controlling medical issues.
Meghna Singhania (Executive Secretary)- A graduate from London School of Economics, she has dedicated more than 5 years to the field of healthcare systems. She specializes in developing campaigns and mass out-reach programs and designing intervention programs having maximum impact. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Healthcare From Delhi University.
Dr Mrigakshi Gupta (Project Head, 12by12)- A graduate (M.B.B.S) from B.R Ambedkar Medical College, Banglore, she is joined national medical forum in 2012 and since then has been a valuable asset towards the organization and its effort to helping the society towards a better health
Dr. Saumya Mudgal (Project Head, Tilanjali)- A graduate (M.B.B.S) from Rajib Gandhi University, Karnataka and an M.D in Psychiatry from Santosh University Ghaziabad, Saumya is passionate about working in the field of de-addictions as well as mood and behavioural disorders. She is incharge of the project Tilanjali, particularly dealing with identification of patients as well as developing patient centric intervention strategies. She provides a personal touch in approach to the patients, making them confortable in the process of de-addiction and further assisting them in rehabilitation.
Dr Manav Aggarwal (Project Head, Shravan)- A graduate ( M.B.B.S) and an M.D in Medicine from Santosh University, he is the force behind organizing a large campaign for the older generation. Passionate about serving the needs of the old, he stresses on a 360 degree approach for supporting the geriatric population, not only just looking at their health needs but also advocating for their financial, emotional, physical and psychological upliftment.