Shweta Singh is the Founder & CEO of ‘Majestic by Shweta Singh’, a multifaceted consultancy focussing on human resources development and personal skills training.
Shweta grew up in a rural part of India where she faced stereotypical challenges associated with being an ambitious female. From these humble beginnings Shweta had developed a drive and ambition to succeed, to see the world and then to one day return to her roots to help those less fortunate than herself.
Her achievements are many and varied, from state boxing medallist to mountaineering in the Himalayas, a national award winning pilot and a successful career in the aviation industry. After a prosperous 10 years in the corporate world she followed her passion of helping others by further founding the National Ambassador for Villages and Aspiration for Mission India‘ NAVAMI', an initiative designed to bring investment into the rural sector of India with her vision for a self reliant rural India. Keen to have international expertise evaluating her work, Shweta has achieved a place at the prestigious Oxford University.
Her work and campaigning on social issues has been recognised by various International organisations and press, covering awards and accolades including ‘Mrs India Worldwide North 2018’, ‘Youth Development Board’s India Shining Star Award 2019, ‘Mahanagar Mail Global Achiever's Award’ and ‘Female Icon of the Year 2019’.
As a regular speaker, Shweta brings her strong social influence and status to continue to effect positive change across matters and verticals which are very close to her heart.
Jaspal’s Voice is delighted that Shweta will be joining as a goodwill Ambassador to help raise funds and awareness of Motor Neurone Disease all around the world.
We are thrilled to have Shweta’s valued expertise and reach on board.
Kabir is the youngest of Jaspal's three children. He was educated at the St. John's Preparatory School in Northwood before he moved on to the John Lyon School, Harrow and attended the Middlesex Cricket Academy. He has represented Middlesex, South England and England at all major levels until 18.
After a strong pre-season performance during the tour to Dubai in 2009, he went on to make his professional debut in a Pro40 match in September of that year. He is currently the captain for Radlett Cricket Club and delighted to be one of the Ambassadors for this worthy cause and hopes to make a difference by helping to give a 'Voice' to other MND sufferers.