SEVA CORPS was envisioned at Khalsa Council and was born in April 2020 with the purpose of serving those who serve. That is why our motto is Serving Together.
Through digital platforms we seek to value, nurture and inspire those in service through the technology of Kundalini Yoga and the legacy of Sikh Dharma in an elevated environment of listening and sharing. We also want to produce content about the path of service, give relevance to ongoing SEVA PROJECTS, and inspire new projects. Above all, we want to offer spaces for dialogue and inclusion.
We are committed to sustaining our service through transparency, compassion, connection, diversity, dignity, and respect. We know that these values, when put into practice through our work, create impact and contribute to making this world a more dignified and equitable place.
Our work is based on the pillars:
Satsangat Kaur Khalsa is a multifaceted professional as well as a mother dedicated to leaving the world a better human being. She is a journalist with a postgraduate degree in financial management and additional training in digital marketing and sociocracy. She participates in the Seva Corps team in content production, financial management, data systematization, administration, and networking in Latin America.
Sujaan Kaur has a bachelor's degree in cinema with an emphasis in humanities and a master's degree in visual arts from Udk-Berlin and is trained as a socio-environmental agent. She has a deep interest in the preservation and appreciation of biological and cultural diversity. She participates in the Seva Corps team in researching and contacting Seva projects and Sevadars, conducts interviews and moderation in the communication channels, translates and produces content, and articulates the network in Latin America.
Carol Cafiero is graduated in graphic design. She develops research and projects with interest in expanding the aesthetic and political relationships between people and space, seeking inspiration and learning from the interaction with nature. She believes that doing work aligned with sensory and emotional perceptions is a way to contribute to vibrant, affective, and fertile results. She works on the Seva Corps team developing the editorial aesthetic alignment.
Oscar Roberts is a Peruvian who has traveled through 13 countries in his wanderings. He holds graduate degrees in English and North American Literature. He is fluent in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian. For the past 25 years he has worked as a language teacher and translator. At Seva Corps he translates texts between Spanish, English and Portuguese.
Seetal Prem Kaur is a professional who works in several areas, besides being a passionate mother for her daughter and for the complexity of motherhood. At Seva Corps, she is in charge of the institutional relationship with North American organizations, the articulation of Sevadars, and the content creation and translation related to North America. She also coordinates the Luminaries Program and supports the planning and execution of the 3HO Foundation's online events.
Piarjeet Kaur has a degree in Business Administration, with post-graduate studies in strategic management. In her background and family history, the spirit of seva has always been something present and fluid, participating in various projects supporting women, mothers, children and underprivileged communities. She works in the Seva Corps team taking care of the social networks, supporting the organization and building relationships with the sevadars.
Narayan Inder Singh has a degree in film and audiovisual and currently has close ties to the field of education, helping to make cinema an art and a transformative power available to all. He is always walking through the processes of self-knowledge being a keen observer of life's affections. He is part of the Seva Corps team working on the subtitling of the videos and some translations.