Meet Smriti Nagpal, the visionary founder of Atulyakala and an esteemed advocate for inclusivity and accessibility. She began her remarkable journey in sign language interpreting at the tender age of 16, discovering a profound passion for bridging the communication gap for the hearing impaired community. Over the course of 10 years, she diligently honed her skills and became the youngest news anchor for hearing impaired news, dedicating herself  to empowering and informing others through her work.

At the remarkable age of 23, smriti fearlessly embarked on the journey of establishing Atulyakala, an innovative platform that celebrates the talents and creativity of individuals with hearing impairment . Through Atulyakala, she tirelessly strive to shatter barriers and create an inclusive society. Her inspiring work has been recognized and celebrated with prestigious accolades such as being named in the Forbes 30 under 30 list, BCC 100 Women, and as a distinguished Chevening scholar.

Beyond her entrepreneurial pursuits, she also serve as a highly sought-after Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) consultant for various esteemed companies. Through her expertise, she guides organizations in fostering an environment that values and embraces diversity, creating a more equitable and inclusive workplace.

Her journey is a testament to your unwavering commitment to creating a more inclusive world, where every individual is celebrated for their unique abilities. Her profound impact on the lives of many continues to inspire and drive positive change.