Kidskintha began as a journal of my daily conversations with my girls. Their spontaneous quips would make me pause and think. Or just crack me up! Or let me into their fears!
Today, Kidskintha works with diverse experts, companies, and organizations across the global education and services sector to bring helpful and relevant resources to our readers.
We aim to publish high-quality content that is informative, inspiring, contentious, and those which challenge the status quo.
We welcome strong voices, willing to share their knowledge, expertise, and experiences.
If you are an educator, a parent, an entrepreneur, or anybody that works with or for children, Welcome to the tribe!
Dr. Rod Berger
Dr. Rod Berger is the CEO of MindRocket Media Group and an education and health care industry strategist. He covers thought leadership for Forbes, Scholastic, The Huffington Post, AmericanEdTV, and edCircuit. He serves as a Strategic Advisor to the Refugee & Migrant Education Network and EduLuk (Sambhav Softtech Pvt Ltd) in India. He has interviewed the likes of Sir Ken Robinson, Former USDOE Secretary Arne Duncan along with over 500 global education influencers.
Ramanan Subramani is a technology evangelist, looking for interesting ways to blend marketing and technology. As a veteran in the advertising industry, Ramanan brings his expertise in content and consumer psychology to the myriad roles he has played in marketing, sales and strategic growth.
Devishobha is the founder of Kidskintha, and the host of the global summits on the Kidskintha platform. She has also lent her voice to several other platforms like the HuffPost, Entrepreneur, Addicted2Success, Inc.com, and others. Devishobha has also been recently appointed as Vice President of the Early Childhood Association, India.
Head of Content
Preeti is the Head of Content at Kidskintha. An inquirer at heart, she constantly seeks to question and challenge the status quo. She holds an M.A.Ed with expertise in pedagogy and instructional design. In the recent past, she has designed and facilitated teacher workshops on engaging pedagogical methods. She is particularly interested in issues related to gender biases in education.