Designation : Managing Director

A philanthropist by heart, a corporate philosopher by vocation! With more than a decade of successful career in large Media & Corporate organizations, Sarvesh Kumar Tiwari decided to create a benchmark himself. The Founder and Managing Director of PR Professionals – his brainchild – Sarvesh is believed to be one of the best experts in India – in terms of understanding of country’s dynamic and rapidly expanding public relations industry.

Born on August 7, 1980 in Bettiah – the land from where Mohandas Gandhi’s journey began as ‘Bapu’, Sarvesh did his schooling from prestigious The Air Force School and graduation from University of Delhi. A post-graduate in Mass Communication and Journalism, he is a household name in crisis response and counseled clients across a variety of industries and brands. With his dynamic association with noted Media and Corporate Houses, including Aaj Tak, Aankhon Dekhi, DLF, Delhi Metro, IL&FS, Rapid Metro, he is an expert of corporate affairs. Besides heading the Public Relations and Corporate Communications Department for DLF Metro and The Rapid Metro, Sarvesh has won accolades for his multi-dimensional acumen in setting up the PR team of three Metro Projects, i.e. DMRC, DLF Metro and Rapid Metro.

An avid reader and genius writer, Sarvesh has also authored few books – covering contemporary social issues with comprehensive retrospection – circulated in University of Delhi. An active member of Public Relation Society of India (PRSI), he is associated with many social activities for addressing the evils – apparent as well as opaque – of the society. He has a firm belief that a lamp can never light another lamp unless it burns to continue its own flame.

Known for his benevolence, Sarvesh has never hesitated, when it comes to the issues of nationalism, women rights and other social causes. Besides making regular contributions to Nirbhaya Fund and Missionaries of Charities of Saint Mother Teresa’s orphanage (Deepashram), he has recently handed over the cheque worth Rs 20 lakh to Kiran Devi at Gaya (Bihar) for the education of their children. Kiran is the widow of Sunil Kumar Vidyarthi – one of the martyrs – who lost his life in Uri terror attack on October 18 this year.

He also runs a voluntary organization named Rise Always Welfare Society (RAWS), which has always been instrumental in bringing out some positive changes in education, women empowerment and environment.

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