Gina Kellogg is the co-founder of the Corona Quilt Project global chapter

Gina began quilting as grief therapy after her younger brother died. She values great food, a legacy from her mother, as well as community, gardening & making beauty in all ways.  Gina learned to sew in home economics class in the 1960’s where she excelled in making gathered skirts and hanger covers. She loves to translate customer’s dreams into beautiful (and sometimes quirky) heirlooms.
Shruti Sonthalia is a leadership coach, consultant, facilitator and a co-founder of the Corona Quilt global chapter.

She supports pioneering leaders to integrate new paradigms of leadership into their work, relationships and way of life. As a fierce practitioner embodying her purpose, Shruti brings a combination of gentleness and fierceness to support leaders discover their purpose (dharma) and decode their leadership call. 

DIA MEHHTA BHUPAL (Creative Director) is one of India's most eminent and distinctive young artists. Bhupal's work is unique; subtly combining the social message of Sustainability (extensively using only recycled materials) with meticulously photographed 'constructed images'. Bhupal graduated with a BFA in Photography from The Parsons School of Design in New York after completing her foundation studies at the Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design, London.

While studying at both Parsons and St. Martins, Bhupal pioneered a technique with an emphasis on redefining everyday real-life images as commonly interpreted by observers. Bhupal is represented by Gallery SKE and is an INK Fellow. She has exhibited across the world, with solo and group shows, including Biennales at Kochi in India, Lyon in France , Yinchuan in China, Art Basel to name a few.

Bhupal has been a speaker at several Art forums and conferences world over. She combines her passion for art and community and is associated with several philanthropic causes including education.
Neha Modi is the Project Director of the Corona Quilt Project. She is also the co-founder of a conscious clothing brand based in India called Pause. Pause launched a little over 3 years ago and has carved out a niche in the sustainable clothing category. With over 10 years of experience in the textile industry in Los Angeles & Mumbai, Neha believes in & supports the eco-conscious textile movement taking place across the world.

Prior to Pause, she was running a manufacturing company based in Mumbai. Her other work experience includes a stint at BCBG in Los Angeles and Ginny Hilfiger in New York after she graduated from Fashion Institute of Technology in New York
Priyanka Shewakramani is the Community Engagement Director of the Corona Quilt Project.

Priyanka has been a marketing consultant for the last 10 years involved in launching various international brands in India including Organyc, Havaianas, Guess Watches, ROYCE’ Chocolates and PAPABUBBLE as well as domestic food delivery startup Scootsy. Pri is also passionate about environmental issues and launched ‘Swachh Mahabaleshwar’ which organizes monthly forest clean-ups in Mahabaleshwar and Quarancharity, a fund-raising platform.
Samyukta Ranganathan is the Outreach Coordinator of the Corona Quilt Project.

Samyukta is the Founder of Urbanaut - a travel discovery and recommendations app shaped by discerning locals. Prior to starting Urbanaut, she managed brand marketing for PUMA in India and the Middle East after receiving her MBA from the Indian School of Business. Samyukta is passionate about responsible travel and the indispensable role that creative individuals and organisations play in city-building.