Mr . Sanjay Rattan holds a B.A. (Hons) degree in Economics and a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Punjab. He joined ANCF in 2008 as Administration Manager and his responsibilities include managing all administrative functions relating to ANCF ‘s Head and field offices including logistic support to various field projects. Prior to joining ANCF, he ran a small communication consultancy in Bangalore and Puttaparthi, AP, for seven years which worked in the area of content development and communications packages for CBT’s and e-learning modules in education, including, book editing, technical writing brochures & reports.
After a short corporate career in the early 1980s he worked for over two years on environmental technologies with Development Alternatives, New Delhi. From 1984 he focussed his interests on the interface between Nature Conservation and religious beliefs at Arpana Ashram, Karnal and Van Khandi Ashram, Sattal, Uttrakhand.
From 1991 to 1993 Sanjay worked at WWF- India, New Delhi, as the Project Coordinator of the Vrindavan Forest Revival Project and later from 1994 to 1996, as Project Director of the Vrindavan Conservation Project at Vrindavan UP, in a community based program focussing on environment conservation through religious ethics of communities. From 1996 to 1999 he continued working with community based initiative ‘Friends of Vrindavan’ on the second phase of the program and simultaneously formulated and worked on a similar project for Vankhandi Ashram, Sattal ,Uttarakhand. During this period he also conducted with Mr. MC Mehta, noted environment lawyer, a Public Hearing and Environment Awareness and Education Campaign for ICELA’s National Rivers Conservation Campaign in the National Capital Region.