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CamCare is specially formed to promote equality, diversity and racial harmony for the public benefit by promoting activities to foster understanding between people from diverse backgrounds.
Shrobona Bhattacharya is a District and Town Councillor, community leader, visionary, charity worker who founded the CamCare UK in 2017.
Before the CamCare UK was born, Shrobona continued her work through her another registered Charity, Mudra Academy of Performing Arts UK(2011). Mudra Academy helped young people to develop their skills and the capability to face challenges in their lives, making the best use of the potentials using knowledge and as evident by Cambourne Science Fair and Family Arts Day. Shrobona is a passionate ambassador of STEM with a PhD degree in Biological Sciences. She takes every opportunity to work with children and youth to unfold their potential interest in STEM and facilitates them to become collaborative, critical and creative thinkers.
Shrobona has exhibited her passion by running the Science Festivals, Electronics and Robotics Club to help children to “think like a scientist and engineer” and preparing them to demonstrate, mentor, present on TV, write reports, create repositories, conduct workshops, participate in competitions and volunteering. These initiatives will make the children productive global members of the society and leaders in the coming generations.
Shrobona’s other main aim is to remove the loneliness and social isolation from the society, for which she runs several community-based projects. She is running more than 18 people-oriented activities through CamCare UK and Mudra Academy which bring sustainability and creates integrity in the local areas.
Dr. Sujit Bhattacharya is the co-founder of the CERC along with his wife Cllr. Dr. Shrobona Bhattacharya and has been the mentor since the inception of the club. At present, Sujit is professionally working as a Principal Engineer at Evonetix involved in the design and development of a large array of control-intensive digital electronics for a novel approach to the synthesis of DNA. Previously, he worked as a Radar Systems Design Authority for advanced radar systems at Blighter Surveillance Systems.
He has been active in mentoring students for various research projects and conducting science and engineering related activities in and around Cambridge. Sujit was Senior Scientist/ Engineer at Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for more than 16 years and Project Manager for the design of satellite sub-systems for ISRO’s RISAT-II satellite.
After completing his PhD in Electronics Engineering from the University of Edinburgh, he was also involved in Engineering research both at Queen’s University Belfast and Imperial College London. During his tenure at Imperial College London, he designed sub-systems for the Magnetometer payload of European Space Agency’s (ESA) SolarOrbiter satellite.
Sujit is a trustee of the education charity STEM Team East, Senior Member of IEEE, US and Fellow of IETE, India, Mentor for Form the Future, STEM Ambassador, Mentor for Nuffield Research, School Governor.
Doroteja Maklin is a Senior Program Manager and Lean Innovation Consultant at Lean Analytics Association based in Cambourne but working with SMEs, Corporations and Universities around the globe. She focuses on the improvement of innovation processes, and the introduction of open innovation and design thinking approaches to help organisations become better and more efficient innovation innovators.
Doroteja is a service design facilitator, Cambridge design thinking meetup co-host and co-creation evangelist with a mission to help the local community grow by building the entrepreneurial spirit and supporting local educational activities.
Matic is a design thinker, co-author of the Lean Product Development Best Practices book, lean coach, and an innovation catalyst who helps global companies, startups and individuals to increase their innovation potential, establish thriving innovation culture and change the way they do business.
He is currently working as a Sr. Program Manager, Design Thinking Facilitator and Lean Coach at the Lean Analytics Association. With over 7 years of experience in lean thinking for innovation, design thinking, and creative thinking, Matic supports organizations to overcome their innovation barriers, find new opportunities, and exploit them.
He is also one of the co-hosts of the Cambridge Design Thinking meetup, conference speaker, and enthusiastic business innovation and digital technology evangelist. He has worked with companies from Aerospace, Automotive, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, Internet & Telecommunication, Building Automation, Home Appliances and others.