Nancy Mascarenhas


Nancy currently handles what we could call as the brain center of our organization, overseeing Accounts, Administration & Finance. She joined Tara Trust in November 2011 at a time when the organization was looking to grow and needed someone to handle accounts, finance and administration. Being a creative lover of dance, she also found herself exploring new grounds when she began interacting with the kids and getting herself involved in the workshops and planning of events as well. Nancy brings onboard her consistency & meticulous skillsets to make sure the numbers and books tally for the rest of the organization to be able to perform their tasks well.

Geeta Jamuni

Workshop Facilitator

Geeta Jamuni, joined our team in June 2014. She completed her BA degree in Hindi and History at Parvatibai Chowgule College of Arts & Science. Geeta, brings in her skills of understanding of the local communities of Goa, being able to connect with the social structure of having born and brought up in the state. She also has a keen interest in teaching and facilitating children in their growing years. The Anganwadi projects which caters to children of kindergarden age is the program that she is handling on her own. She is also the youngest in the Tara Trust team. 

Nora Munnich


Nora joined the Tara Trust team in the month of September 2017. She is doing a Development Volunteer Service Weltwaerts, that will endure 12 months within the ´Internationaler Bund´which is a German NGO.
She graduated in March 2017 with the higher secondary education. Since she always had a wish to go abroad after school she decided to come to India for social work. Making music is a passion for her which she wishes to implement in the workshops- she plays the piano and cello. Also, she really likes arts, for instance drawing and painting. During an internship she realized she loves working with children and is happy to be able to do creative workshops with kids in Tara Trust.

Antonia Fabnacht


Antonia joined Tara Trust in September 2017 and will stay with us for one year. Together with Nora she is doing a 'development volunteer service weltwärts', sent by the the German NGO 'Internationaler Bund'.
After finishing school and before starting her further studies she is happy to get the opportunity of living abroad and working with children and women. With that she also hopes to find out what she wants to do as an occupation in future. Antonia loves to work creative and is passionate about sewing, painting and doing handicrafts.

Priscilla D'Silva

Workshop Facilitator

Priscilla has completed her master’s in social work with a specialization in health and development from Don Bosco College, Panjim - Goa. She joined us soon after, in June 2016. She has interned with various NGO’s and worked with communities during her rural camp in college. She always had an interest in arts and creativity. Priscilla looks forward to explore ideas in which she can introduce art in different ways at workshops and working with children. In addition she handles the social media and assists in the women’s workshops.