Our Team

Akriti Dahal

Akriti works as a Data Annotation Intern for OLE Nepal's i-OCR project. During her high school years, Akriti has been involved with various community services and served as the secretary of the Red Cross.
Currently, she is pursuing the second year of her BCA at Ambition College.
Having been familiar with our mission and services, Akriti felt that she shared a common goal with OLE Nepal. Together with her interest in improving the teaching-learning experiences in Nepal and her aptitude for public relations and technology, she hopes to work with our team to be a part of a positive change.

Alan Adhikari

Alan is a Technical Associate at OLE Nepal, where he is responsible for setting up and maintaining the Raspberry Pi and offline server for the digital library, E-Pustakalaya. He also handles network-related issues and resolves any hardware or software problems encountered by the team.
Previously, Alan worked as a Network Support Engineer where his primary duties included monitoring network traffic, resolving congestion issues, and addressing client concerns. He also has experience with establishing public school networks and computer labs in rural areas.
Alan enjoys being a part of social benefit organzations, where he knows his work contributes to a greater well being of communities. He has a BSc. in Computer Networking and CyberSecurity from Islington College.

Anil Tamang

Anil works as a content designer at OLE Nepal with our Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu (HRK) project team. He works on content design elements and is responsible for creating gifs and illustrations for our stories, along with providing UD support, and audio and video editing. He also sources audio for dialogues and sound effects that complement the message of the stories. Anil has previously worked as a data specialist. He was motivated to join OLE for a learning experience and to implement his ideas and creativity.

Animesh Nepal

Animesh, a recent Bachelor's in Computing graduate, is an intern for our digital library, E-Pustakalaya. He is responsible for developing and implementing the backend system. He joined OLE Nepal to utilize his skills and abilities to support the organization's mission of enhancing education quality and reducing disparities through technology integration in academics.

Anshuman Yadav is currently working part-time at OLE Nepal as an Audio Editor/Coordinator for the KDDI E-Paath project. He is mostly involved in activities that require audios and sound effects for the chapters of the KDDI E-Paath project. He started working as a Trainee Video Editor and is continuing his journey at OLE Nepal. He is currently in his second year of studying Bachelor's in Multimedia Technology. Prior to this, he was a science student when he studied A levels. He was motivated to join OLE Nepal because it was his first job, and also because his father used to work at OLE Nepal in the past.

Ashraya is working as an Audio/Video Coordinator on our content development projects. He was previously involved in a different project at OLE Nepal, working as a Teaching Facilitator for laptop program schools in Jajarkot and Darchula districts. Before joining OLE Nepal, Ashraya has worked as a trainee in different NGOs. He joined OLE because of his interest in the program where he can work with the local schools and community, which will help him gain new experience in the field of education in Nepal.

Ashraya has completed Bachelors in Social Work and Psychology from Tribhuvan University.

Basanta is managing technical works related to the reliable operation of computer systems, servers, and networks at OLE Nepal. This also includes managing online and offline Epustakalaya servers and deployments. In the past, he was involved in the development of OLPC OS, setting up of school network, deployment of OLPC laptops, planning and coordination of field visits of OLE Nepal. Prior to joining OLE Nepal,  he was involved in the development of localized linux OS called Nepalinux with PAN l10n Project at Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya. 

He holds Masters of Science in Information Technology from Sikkim Manipal University, India. He is also certified in RHCE and LPI1. 

Bimala is a front-end developer intern at OLE Nepal. Her primary area of work comprises developing the interactive frontend portion of E-Paath. Bimala is currently pursuing her studies in Computer Science and Information Technology at the Asian School of Management and Technology. She had previously worked as a freelance content writer. OLE Nepal’s dedication to education inspired Bimala towards contributing to the mission of the organization - improving the education system of Nepal. She believes working with OLE would be an amazing growth opportunity for her personal and professional development. 

Bishal works as a software developer at OLE Nepal. He has been working with our content team in the development of interactive and inclusive digital learning materials for school education. Bishal was motivated to join OLE Nepal as a developer to be a part of the mission to uplift the education quality for all students across the country.

Bishal has completed his Bachelor's in Information Management.

Deepa is trained in primary teacher training which has equipped her with skills and knowledge in grade teaching.  As a curriculum expert in OLE Nepal, her primary responsibilities are to conceptualize new digital teaching-learning activities, review and assess activities under development, and ensure consistency between curriculum and teaching-learning materials. For 6 years she taught grades 5-10 and while teaching she completed her B.Sc. and post graduate degree in Education (PGDE) from Kathmandu University, School of Education.

Deepak Tamang currently works as a Robotics Intern at OLE Nepal. He has completed his Bachelors in Computer Science and has joined OLE Nepal  to develop technological systems and learning opportunities in education, especially in the rural areas.

Ganesh has been associated with OLE Nepal since September 2009 as the E-Pustakalaya Coordinator – senior officer. Ganesh is primarily involved in further developing and expanding OLE Nepal’s existing electronic library so that it becomes a widely and regularly-used electronic resource for students, teachers, and families in Nepal as well as for the global Nepali diaspora. Ganesh has also organised writers’ workshops to produce original content for E-Pustakalaya. Ganesh holds a Master's Degree in Anthropology/Sociology from Tribhuvan University.

Ishan works as a web developer at OLE Nepal. He is engaged in the integration of Nepali Sign Language (NSL) instruction videos in our digital learning lessons and exercises. Ishan joined OLE as he was motivated to contribute using his skills in developing interactive and inclusive digital learning content for children with learning differences in Nepal.

Ishan holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering.

Jeevan Adhikari

Jeevan is a Technical Associate at OLE Nepal, where he specializes in providing Robotics Training and troubleshooting network, offline server, and Raspberry Pi issues. He also has experience as a Technical Writer, having researched and produced reports for engineering projects. He graduated from Advanced College of Engineering and Management (ACEM) with a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Jeevan is motivated by OLE Nepal's work areas, where he feels he can also contribute efforts into creating better access to quality education in Nepal. 

Kalpana works as Trainer, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at OLE Nepal. She is responsible to coordinate and maintain functional relationships with key stakeholders, to bring about positive change in perception towards the use of technology in education through teacher training. Kalpana holds a Master’s degree in Educational Management and a MPhil degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Kathmandu University. She has a keen interest in needs assessment, design and delivery of tailor made training, monitoring and evaluation, and educational research. She is a founding member of Human Development and Environment Concerns Society Nepal.

Krisha works as a UI UX design intern at OLE Nepal. She works with our design and content teams on different projects. She has previously worked as a quality analyst at a consultancy firm. Krisha was inspired to join OLE Nepal after looking into the content and advanced learning methods we had to offer. She wanted to be a part of an organization which was helping to shape the future of Nepalese students using advanced learning tools and methods.

Krisha has completed her Bachelor in Computer Application from Pokhara University.

Kumudini is the project content lead for the Digitally Enhanced Early Grade Reading Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu project. She is responsible for the overall design and development of interactive learning activities and stories for early grades. She has taught elementary school students & also students of graduate program. Kumudini holds MA & BA degrees in English Literature.

Kumudini is the project content lead for the Digitally Enhanced Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu project. She is responsible for the overall design and development of interactive learning activities and stories for early grades. She has taught elementary school students & also students of graduate program. Kumudini holds MA & BA degrees in English Literature.

Monil works as a UI/UX Designer at OLE Nepal. He works with the content design and development team to conceptualize, visualize and produce attractive user interface, stories and game designs from the perspective of a storyteller. Monil has previously worked in an IT company on UI/UX and illustrations, and he also has experience as a Business Analyst and Project Manager. Monil has a drive for learning new skills and one of his passions includes photography. He is part of "Photowalkers Nepal” club, where they collect photos and stories around Kathmandu valley. Monil’s desire to explore and enhance his creative side, while make a positive contribution to the community, motivated him to join OLE.  He has embraced OLE's vision as his own, with the realization of using his designing and story-telling skills, while nurturing his interests and drive for positive change. Monil holds a Bachelors in Information Management (BIM) from Institute of Management Studies Affiliated with Tribhuvan University with Information Technology as a major.

Pawan works as a Content Designer in OLE Nepal, focusing on creating engaging learning content for a self-learning app for grades 4-5. 
Previously, Pawan was involved as a Content Designer for E-Paath and learning games in OLE Nepal from 2017-2018. He has also worked in rural schools in remote locations like Syangja, Kalikot, Upper Mustang, and Dolpo.
Having an interest in improving access to quality and locally contextualized education, Pawan was motivated by OLE Nepal's free and open source educational content. He hopes to create engaging learning content with OLE Nepal that will reach students throughout Nepal.
Pawan has a B.A. in Physics and Mathematics from Dartmouth College and an M.Sc. in Physics from The Ohio State University.

Prajwol is working as a front-end developer at OLE Nepal. As a front-end developer, his primary responsibility is to develop a user interface which is intuitive, visually appealing and responsive for E-paath. He has previously worked at Anchor Points Pvt. Ltd. as a Front-end Developer and was responsible for designing and developing user interfaces for web applications using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Jquery and Drupal. He has completed his Bachelor Degree in Networking & Cyber Security from Islington College. His main  motivation to join OLE Nepal is for better career growth, opportunities, company culture, and to work in a non-profit organization.

Prashamsa works as a Content Designer and Illustrator at OLE Nepal. As an art enthusiast, she graduated from an art college where she honed her design skills and explored various fields of art and crafts in Nepal. She has been involved in numerous art projects and exhibitions to keep her creativity growing. Prior to joining OLE, she worked as a freelance illustrator and art teacher, and always had a passion for drawing illustrations for children. When she heard about OLE, she saw it as an excellent opportunity to make good use of my skills while doing what she loves the most.

Rabi is a social entrepreneur who helped launch OLE Nepal with the vision to use technology to improve the quality of public education in Nepal, and to transform the way children learn through engagement, exploration and experimentation. Rabi has extensive experience in technological innovation and management, and a conviction that young educated Nepalis have a critical role to play in nation building. Rabi holds M.Eng. and B.Sc. degrees in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Rabi is Asia Society’s Asia 21 Young Leader and Asia 21 Fellow. Prior to starting OLE Nepal, Rabi established a software company in Nepal and had worked as a design engineer in the Silicon Valley.

Rabita has been with OLE Nepal since 2009 and she contributes in smooth functioning of the office administration and accounting. She is responsible for handling accounts, logistics, and procurement. Besides overseeing the administrative and accounting aspects of the organization, Rabita is also heavily involved in monitoring major administrative activities under deployments and field visits. She brings more than 10 years of experiences in department of accounting and logistics, working in the private sector. Rabita holds Masters in Business Studies from Tribhuvan University.

Ram is a web developer at OLE Nepal. His primary area of work at the company is front-end web development, Ram is working with us on our new E-Paath project.  Having a degree in Bachelor in Electronics and communication engineering Previously, Ram has worked with Silicon Soft and IT consultant Pvt. LTD. Ram is a very hardworking and talented person and is one valuable addition to our company.

Ram is dedicated to his profession and skills, and he believes that OLE Nepal is a place where he can grow in both a personal and professional sense.


Rashmi Shrestha works as a content staff at OLE Nepal. She works with our digital library content team on conversion and formatting of textbooks to make them accessible to learners with visual impairments. Rashmi has previously worked in different organizations that focus on social issues. She has also worked as a resident technology in teaching support staff in one of OLE Nepal’s program schools in Nuwakot. During the pandemic, Rashmi volunteered with UNDP where she worked with vulnerable members of the community that included women, children, senior citizens, differently-abled individuals and members of the LGBTQI+ groups. Rashmi strongly believes that education enlightens the pathway of humans and it serves as a guide throughout one’s life. She was motivated to be a part of OLE Nepal, as she believes in the work to make an inclusive education system by supporting the government to ensure the best quality of education all over Nepal by using technology.  

Rashmi holds a Bachelor in Social Work degree, and she is currently pursuing post graduate in counselling psychology.

Sabba Shah

Sabba is a Content Designer at OLE Nepal. She's responsible for designing chapters, focusing on working with the national curriculum to make our E-Paath content easy to use for learners.
With a prior experience in content design and working as an educator, she has created materials and designed lesson plans for kindergarten, primary school and high school. On the side, she also teaches programming classes to kids aged 6-15.
She has been pursuing a major in Computer Science.

Sabba joined OLE Nepal as she shares the same vision as us and is committed to making learning platforms fun and exciting.

Sandesh works as a Software Engineer at OLE Nepal. He has completed his bachelors in Computer Science and Information Technology and has previously worked as a Machine Learning Engineer and was involved in projects such as Face Recognition, KYC verification, and Object detection. He joined OLE as he is passionate  for AI and technology and wants to grow his skills in a new  environment with a diverse team. .

Shreejana Yonzom works at OLE Nepal as a Front End Developer. As a frontend developer, her primary responsibility is design and implementation of user interface which is intuitive, visually appealing and responsive for Epaath. She previously used to work at Jaruwa Nepal Pvt. Ltd. as a Front-end Developer and was responsible for designing and developing user interfaces for web applications using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and React. She has done her Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information technology(BSc. CSIT) from Madan Bhandari Memorial College. She is motivated to join OLE for her career growth opportunities, company culture, and glad to start her career in a non-profit organization.

Shishir is working as a Senior Program Officer at OLE Nepal. His primary areas of work at OLE Nepal is to support the planning, implementation, and monitoring of OLE Nepal projects. Being a trained teacher, Shishir is actively involved in OLE Nepal’s teachers training programs. He holds a Master’s degree in Education from Tribhuvan University.

Swastika Shrestha

Swastika works as a Content Staff for OLE Nepal's Accessibility project. Her primary duty is to make digital books accessible for visually impaired learners by converting them into accessible content. Swastika has prior internship experience in content management and marketing, which has equipped her with knowledge about data extraction and review, supporting communication activities, interacting with customers, and providing assistance. Currently, she is pursuing her Bachelor's degree in Development Finance at National College.
OLE Nepal's mission to improve access to quality education has inspired and motivated Swastika to be a part of the team. She shares the same passion for giving back to the community, which led her to join us in making positive changes.

Thinley Doma Ghale

Passionate, driven, and committed to making a difference, Thinley Doma Ghale, works as our Communications and Outreach Officer at OLE Nepal! With her experience in the development sector and a love for social media, Thinley handles the communication and outreach efforts of OLE Nepal and works toward promoting the organization’s goals and activities. She is currently pursuing her Masters from Kathmandu University School of Arts. Her drive and love for social media and working in the development sector has lead her here to work at OLE Nepal. She loves working with children and likes to draw and do graphic designing during her free time.

As Senior Manager at OLE Nepal, Tikaraj is responsible for the overall planning of all the training programs, coordinating and managing with schools, delivering periodic training as well as updating and revising training programs and manuals. He is keen on mobilizing local community support to ensure successful integration of technology in schools and communities. Tikaraj is a trained trainer, has designed and delivered training for government officials, local bodies and community members. His previous work experience in the development sector have been with Helvetas Nepal, Rural Access Program and United Nations Development Program funded projects.

Upaya joined OLE Nepal right after the organization was formed in 2007. He was involved in the administration, finance, human resource, operations, and handled obtaining approvals for OLE Nepal’s projects from various bodies. He had led the effort to establish various official policies, codes and practices. With all these aspects related to the projects of the organization, he got to know the details of program operations. Upaya holds a M.Com. and a B.Com. (Hons.) degrees from the University of Delhi, India and had the experience of working in the banking sector for almost a decade in various capacities including that of leading the branch and the department.