Mr. Krishna Sharma was born and raised in Nepal. He is a public health advocate and SRHR activist with a generous interest in global health research. He believes in the power of data-based advocacy on women's health and has been actively involved in various national and global organizations to amplifying their voices for good health and gender equality. Since the earthquake of 2015 in Nepal, he has conducted 100+ school health education programs, workshops, and seminars to train, elevate, and empower thousands of adolescent girls and young women in Nepal. Krishna has completed his bachelor's degree in Public Health (2019) from Purbanchal University, Kathmandu. Currently, he is responsible for the planning and execution of blood donation motivational programs at the Nepal Red Cross Society, Central Blood Transfusion Service (CBTS), Kathmandu.