The core IWIK Team comprises:
Mrs. Helen D’souza
Presently working for Lemonade International as PR Marketing Manager. Helen is actively involved in the activities of the most popular web portal, IndiansinKuwait.com and is part of IIK Team.
Mrs. Deepika Nambiar
A Freelance writer. Has been in Kuwait for the past 5 years. Currently working for Lemonade International as Administrative Manager. She is part of the IIK Team and does regular contributions to the news portal IndiansinKuwait.com and also for Timesofindia.com. A Business Management (BBM) Graduate by education from Mysore University.
Dr. Navniit Gandhi
A passionate Academician, Freelance Journalist, and an Author— Navniit has authored Three Books and Two E-Booklets till date. She presently teaches at the Indira Gandhi National Open University, Kuwait Center and is also a member of the Writers’ Forum, Kuwait.
Mrs. Reshmy Krishnakumar
With the backing of a post-graduation in Statistics and a career as lecturer, statistician and researcher, Reshmy is currently working with Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR). She is a passionate classical dancer and as a freelance journalist and writer, she is contributing to various magazines, blogs, and online portals. Past 11 years of her acquaintances with different sectors of community in Kuwait in various roles have given her a range of experiences which in turn served as a spark for her social commitment.
Mrs. Parimita Barooah Bora
An enthusiastic and spirited freelance travel writer, blogger and tutor, she is in Kuwait for the last 6 years. She is a regular contributor to several newspapers, magazines and websites. A post graduate in English, Education and Travel & Tourism, she worked as a lecturer until her relocation to Kuwait. She believes it is important to regularly watch your surroundings and keep discovering, much as you do when you visit a new place for the first time. Through her blog she tries to provide all information on Kuwait apart from writing about her other travels. She is also a member of AASHA, a group trying to help the needy people back in our motherland.