EGG’s Executive Director, Anjula Tyagi, leads EGG’s headquarters in California and its program in India. Headquarters suggests strategy and guides programs.
EGG relies on highly experienced and dedicated local staff to help design and carry out its programs. EGG partners with local NGOs to implement its programs.
EGG offers a Fellowship of $250 to 25 girls who’ve graduated from EGG program schools, so they can attend local colleges and work part-time in EGG’s programs. EGG Fellows can thus break into the modern labor force, becoming role models where few women have modern jobs, and EGG can expand cost-effectively with Fellows who know how its program should run — a double win. EGG hopes to have far more EGG Fellows in the future.