Episode 046: Nivedita Mummadi | Rural development advocate & Founder of Dirty Feet
Nivedita Mummadi is a rural development advocate, and the founder of Dirty Feet. You are likely to find her surrounded by kids, out introducing them to the colorful Indian countryside.
Listen to her journey from studying rural management and road tripping with family, to working in fishing villages affected by tsunami, and now offering experiential tours that connect urban kids with rural communities and lifestyles.
Dirty Feet is an experiential tour company based out of Hyderabad. Primarily catering to kids, and the kid in us, to explore the culture, history, and occupations of the village folk.
Let your kids sign up for small group, day excursions that allow you to be immersed within the hinterland in the heart of the Deccan Plateau.
Also mentioned on the podcast
Global Edge School
Hussain Sagar Lake
Institute of Rural Management, Anand
International Organization for Migration
The Deccan Trailblazers