Ritika Bansal

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The creative genius behind much of Teach For Green’s media assets, Ritika is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Commerce (Honours) with a diploma in banking and finance at Delhi University School of Open Learning. Confident and with an easy laugh, she enjoys people watching so that she can relate effectively with them. She will be applying that passion together with her finance background toward raising the standard of living among those in the Indian unorganized sector by providing education and opportunities for vocational growth. ┬áIn her spare time, she can be found creating practical items from discarded materials, such as frames from old bottle caps and boxes for storage.