Trishna Singh OBE
Trishna is the Founder/Director of Sikh Sanjog the only Sikh Family Support charity in Scotland and Punjabi Junction Social Enterprise the first Sikh women’s Social Enterprise in Scotland. She has over 30 years’ experience working in the Voluntary sector. Graduated from Glasgow University with a degree in Community Learning and Development in 2007 and in recognition of her services to the community, she is the first Sikh woman in Scotland to have received an OBE in 2014. Her work is centred on the thematic areas of Community Development Gender- Social Justice, Civic Engagement, Race Equality and Human Rights.
She was appointed first Honorary Sikh Chaplain to Edinburgh University in 2012 and is currently part of the Chaplaincy team. She has extensive knowledge and understanding of the Sikh religion and culture from the lived experience of women. learn more
Satnam Singh – Youth and Community Development Worker
Satnam is one of our youth development workers at Sikh Sanjog. Satnam started working at Sikh Sanjog in 2011 working in the community development team where she gained many skills and experience. Satnam moved to work with the youth work team in 2017 and really enjoys working with the children and young people finding it very fulfilling and satisfying.
Jasbir Singh – Community Development Worker
Jasbir has worked with Sikh Sanjog for 7 years as a Community Development worker and runs a Well Being group for women. Our Health and Well Being group is focused on healthy activities, socially inclusive events and educational support to promote health and wellbeing from women from Sikh and other ethnic minority communities.
Sabrina Tickle – Youth Development Manager
Sabrina is our youth development manager at Sikh Sanjog and has a background in community and learning & development and graduated from The University of Edinburgh in 2015. She started working with the organisation in January 2014 as a youth development worker with the Heritage Project and has since progressed onto the role as manager. Sabrina enjoys her work with Sikh Sanjog and feels passionate about promoting equality and opportunities for the women, children and young people we work with.