Ravleen has been in the Digital Marketing industry for almost 20 years and is currently Regional Vice President of Microsoft’s UK Advertising business. In 2021 Ravleen was winner of the prestigious Asian Woman of Achievement Award in Business. She is passionate about spreading her love for the theatre to more South Asian audiences, not least to her own Mummy Ji!
Georgia’s career as a theatre producer spans both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors, producing in the West End, Broadway and internationally. She most recently worked as the Producer at The Old Vic, Executive Producer for Jonathan Church Theatre Productions and is now the Theatre Producer for Neal Street Productions.
Ganan has spent half of his working life in the USA and half of it in the UK, within the Media, Retail and Hospitality sectors, having worked for brands such as Disney and Tesco. He currently runs and sits on the board of Itsu, the Asian-inspired food business. Ganan is a qualified accountant and holds an MBA from the London Business School.
Ganan is a proud British Tamil and spends the majority of his non-working life supporting community based charities and trying to improve his golf handicap.
Following over a decade in West End theatre, Amar has spent the last five years in the humanitarian sector, working with a variety of international organisations including the International Rescue Committee and Doctors of the World.
During her time in the West End, Amar was Production and Management Associate at Playful Productions, working on a number of large scale West End and touring productions. She brings her experience in commercial West End theatre production and general management, and along with her interest and insights in charity governance.
Still an avid theatre goer, Amar is passionate about bringing more diverse stories to the stage, supporting the development of new talent and radically changing the cultural makeup of theatre audiences across the UK. She has found a perfect complement compliment of these values and ambitions with Rifco.
Vikram Menon is a Chartered Accountant and a Director of Accounting, Tax and Advisory with RSM in London. He acts for several clients in the Media sector as well as working closely with the British Fashion Council and the British Independent Film Awards.
Vikram has a keen interest in the theatre and has been a board member of Rifco for the last 8 years. He brings a level of financial skill and experience to the board which compleiments those of the other Board Members.
Neena is General Manager for Boy Blue, an award-winning hip-hop dance theatre company based at the Barbican. Previously Neena worked at the National Theatre on the Creative Diversity Project, putting diversity and representation at the forefront of creative conversations. She has worked in the Creative Industries in the UK and abroad since graduating from Central School of Speech and Drama in 2012.
Neena’s first experience of a Rifco show was like being welcomed into someone’s home, and then spending the next few hours laughing, crying, learning and sometimes even singing and dancing. Definitely an experience she would recommend to everyone.