Board of Directors
Kamal Subedi is the Founder and President of NFYN, Kamal leads the NFYN team by developing annual plans, managing and coordinating with local and international partners and reviewing and monitoring programs. Kamal has over 15 years experience in leading youth rights movements and programs, and a Masters of Public Administration. With his passion for youth leadership and good governance, Kamal actively works to ensure sustainable development in Nepal.
Dipak Karki is the Central General Secretary at NFYN, where Dipak organizes board meetings, implements decisions based on board meetings, and submits annual reports in coordination with the president. Dipak has extensive experience being on the board of many different NGOs in Nepal. Through his work, Dipak is passionate about ensuring sustainable development for youth in Nepal.
Shashi Sharma Majgainya
Shashi Sharma Majgainya is the Central Secretary and Acting President of NFYN, Shashi assists in the activities of the secretary general, coordinates with the government, and handels communication with donor agencies on behalf on NFYN. Shashi has over 15 years experience in the social justice field, with Masters in English Literature and a background in law and journalism. Shashi is passionate about the use of creative outlets to encourage the social development of Nepal.
Hemanta Sharan Bagale
Hemanta Sharan Bagale is the Central Treasurer of NFYN, where Hemanta overseas all finances, fundraising, budgeting and financial reporting. Hemanta has extensive experience working with development organizations in Nepal, and is passionate about implementing good governance mechanisms across NGOs in Nepal.
Raju Sunar is the Central Spokesperson at NFYN, where Raju organizes press meetings and speaks on behalf on NFYN. Raju is a passionate social activist and has worked to establish organizations such as Dalit Handicrafts Federation, Jay Nepal Social Youth Association, Chakra Bahadur Memorial Pathasala, and many more. Through his work, Raju has dedicated himself to uplifting the status of all Nepalis regardless of ethnicity, caste, gender and socioeconomic status.