A writer, philosopher and activist. Her ideas on empowerment,
grass roots participation and democratization have guided and influenced world affairs.
As a political activist she was the first person to call for an end to conflict in a New World Order at her Town Hall Meetings in India in 1977.
As a student activist, she has advocated environmental policies, an end to nuclear proliferation and roadmaps to peace in conflict ridden regions.
She has worked on rehabilitation of refugees and women’s empowerment issues.
She has a masters from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi, India, a masters from The American University in Washington, D.C., doctorate from Tulane, a doctor juris from Howard, and visiting fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C
“Suneja’s book has a loving spirit that offers hope that through inner reflection and determination, they can, as the title promises, become the change they are seeking”
– Blue Ink Reviews