Anuradha Mungi works with partner organizations, conducts functional assessments for children with MDVI and gives guidance to educators, community-based rehabilitation (CBR) workers and families. Mungi also provides consultations and trainings for government and NGO professionals and coordinates with mentors who regularly visit partner organizations. She recently co-authored a unit on deafblindness for an online course through Avinashilingam University and has previously worked for Sense International, India and Helen Keller Institute for Deaf & Deafblind. Past roles include teacher, social worker, field supervisor, training manager and guest faculty member at the National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped (NIMH), Regional Centre, Mumbai. Mungi holds a master’s degree in social work, with a specialization in rural and urban community development, from Indore School of Social Work and a bachelor’s degree from Vikram University. She also received a diploma in special education (deafblindness) from Helen Keller Institute for Deaf & Deafblind.