Siamack has been engaged in the field of education since 2004. He established two schools, both recognized for their innovative practices in pedagogy and leadership by the international Ashoka ‘Change Maker School’ network. Siamack then moved on to start an educational consultancy - A2Q Education - in 2016. His team worked on a diverse set of projects in and around India including strategizing the turnaround of failing schools, designing low-cost research-based teacher development strategies, conceptualising and overseeing the establishment of alternative schools for marginalized populations, and supporting dozens of educational improvement projects that served over 70,0000 students. A2Q merged with Green Acres Foundation in 2018, and today Siamack spearheads the design and implementation of our unique K-12 educational model. Siamack has earned his Master's degree in Education from Columbia University (USA), and his Doctorate degree in Entrepreneurial Leadership in Education from Johns Hopkins University (USA).
Rohan Parikh is the Managing Director of the ANPG (Apurva Natvar Parikh Group) with interests in Real Estate, Education & Hospitality. Mr Parikh has led his groups foray into education and was instrumental in launching TGAA. He holds an MBA from INSEAD, France B.Sc (Economics) from Wharton School of Business, USA. He is currently pursuing a master's degree in Education from Johns Hopkins, USA.
Prof. Lohana is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Law from Government Law College, Mumbai. He has a long and illustrious career in the education sector that spans over 30 years. He was the Director of the College Vertical for Universal Education Group, which comprised of an Engineering, Law, B. Ed., D. Ed., Commerce and Science colleges. He worked with one of India's largest education corporates, CL Educate Ltd., for over 9 years. Previously, Prof. Lohana was on the faculty at Mumbai's renowned Mithibai College and was the founder of an education start-up ‘Lohana's Test Series'.