Our Mission

The Aruna Project brings and sustains freedom through employment marked by holistic care to sexually exploited women. In short, we free, empower, and employ. As a US non-profit, we mobilize thousands across the US in Aruna Runs to raise awareness and to raise money to aid in the freedom process. Our Indian Private Limited Company (owned by the Aruna Project) then empowers and employs those set free to provide them a bright future of lifelong freedom.

Our Board

  • Ryan Berg
    Founder & CEO, Aruna Project
  • Steve Simpson
    Leadership & Strategy Consultant, retired Procter & Gamble
  • Cory Carlson
    President of Sales, Ground Works Solutions
  • Brittany Fellowes
    Non-profit Value Enhancer
  • Jonathan Sams
    Partner, Taft Stettinius & Hollister, LLP
  • Elizabeth Mangan
    General Counsel Miller-Valentine Group
*J.M. Bohm (Not Pictured)

Advisory Board of Young Professionals

  • Alyse Delange
    Marketing Specialist, TQL
  • Jeff Mason
    Founder & CEO, KiwiLive
  • Noel Rey
    Attorney
  • Jacquelyn Stevens
    HR Manager, Procter & Gamble

Our Staff

  • Kathryn Macke
  • Pratibha Nitin
  • Mikey Conrad
  • Aatmaram Sahu
  • Tom Rockwood
  • Amos Tiwade
  • Marie Fielden
  • Ranjana Kamble
  • Rohan Kadam
  • Uday Salvi
  • April Berg
  • Seena Simon
  • Abby Nurre

Our Artisans

We are excited to introduce you to the Aruna Artisans. Each has selected a pseudonym and chosen to share certain parts of their stories. We’d love for you to meet these inspiring women.

Hear Their Stories

Our Financials

Aruna Project is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our work to bring and sustain freedom to the sexually enslaved would not be possible without the commitment and generous donations of supporters. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. We are committed to stewarding these funds to make the greatest impact possible in the areas where we serve on behalf of the women that we serve.

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