There are 11 members in the executive board of Blind Youth Association Nepal. Following are the list and description of our board members.
Mr. Bhandari, a young, emerging leader in the field of disabilty, is a full blind. He completed his Masters degree in Education and Sociology, and is currently working as a Teacher in a school for Government Regular School. Being a youth icon of the persons with disabilities, He has been addressing the issues of Pwds as a whole.
Ram Chandra Gaire
Mr. Gaihre, 30 is a person with low vision. Youth disability leader, trainer / speaker on youth empowerment and disability inclusion, he is one of the founder of blind youth association. Professionally he works as a translator and interpreter for various organisations NGO/INGOs, Diplomat agencies and other international organisations.
Sunil Man Singh
Mr. Singh, by profession, is a Receptionist in Kathmandu Model Hospital. Despite being a full blind, he has been working successfully for four years now.
Ms. Shrestha, a partially sighted youth, is a member of BYAN. She completed her Bachelors in Social Work, and is currently undertaking Masters in English Literature. She is a professional Psycho social counsellor and has been supporting BYAN in the Psycho Social, Employment and Education related counselling.
Mr. Rawal is a full blind, He is the president of the Kailali chapter of BYAN. Mr. Rawal is a strong leader in the provience and is a very strong person for local Advocacy. He is a student of Masters in international relation and deplomacy. He aspires to engage in the social service among the blind youths. And has been leading numerous advocacy events in kailali for BPS in particular and Pwds in General.
Mr. Mahato, represents to the backward community Madeshi. He is the president of the Kathmandu valley chapter of BYAN. Professionally he is working as a musician and is a very active member of BYAN. He has been very strong in organising the programs and events related to the employment and self employment, and is equally active in other activities concerning the disabled.