About Us

About Us

The Dr. Anjali Morris Education and Health Foundation, abbreviated as Anjali Morris Foundation (AMF), a non-profit organization in Pune (Maharashtra, India), seeks to help students with Learning Disorders (LDs) by offering remedial educational assistance and by training teachers to work with such students. Since its inception, we have assisted more than 4000 students.
The Bridging Over Learning Differences (BOLD) program of the Morris Family Fund was started by Dr. Anjali Morris in 2003, with the Vision to provide academic assistance and support to students who face extraordinary challenges in the classrooms because of learning difficulties.
The Dr. Anjali Morris Education and Health Foundation (AMF), was founded by Dr. Anjali Morris and Late Mr. Umakant Joshi in 2008, to expand and further develop the BOLD Program and to provide an Assessment, Resource and Training Centre. The Foundation offers several programs to help students with learning disorders.
To make available to students, in India, with Learning Disabilities (LDs), specialized support and interventions so they become effective learners and productive members of society.
To enable academic success in students with Learning Disabilities (LDs) by teaching them strategies and skills using evidence-based instruction in individual and group settings; educating and supporting parents of children with LDs; training teachers to identify students with LDs and provide evidence-based interventions; supporting efforts of schools and other organizations to replicate our program.
Our Programs
For Students
For Parents
For Professionals
Community Education
Technically Assisted Projects (TAP)
Founder and Patron
Dr. Anjali Morris, MBBS, DCH, MD, FAAP, MPH
Our Founder and Patron, Dr. Morris, brought broad domestic and international experience of over 30 years in pediatrics and business management to the Morris Foundation. Her committed advocacy and funding continues to enable several Pune area organizations to improve children’s educational opportunities, health, and welfare.
Board of Directors

Professionals from the fields of medicine, education, accounting, and business serve on our Board of Directors. Their expertise strengthens the Morris Foundation’s strategic planning and operations.

Mrs. Freny Tarapore, Chief Functionary, B.Sc., M.S.
An academic in the fields of education and social services, Mrs. Tarapore is the founder and former Dean of the faculty of Home Science, SNDT Women’s University, Pune. Mrs. Tarapore is on the advisory boards of several universities, professional bodies, and educational and health organizations in Gujarat and Maharashtra.
Mrs. Malati Kalmadi, Post Graduate (English), PG Diploma (Communication Media for children), PG Diploma (School Psychology)
Secretary of the Kannada Sangha’s Kaveri Group of Institutes for over 20 years, Mrs. Kalmadi initiated training programs in education and mental health to help children and adolescents. She has served in organisations such as 2morrow 2gether, Connecting, and Indian Federation of University Women’s Association that work for the benefit of women and youth.
Mrs. Harsheela Mansukhani, Post Graduate (Medical Social Work)
Mrs Mansukhani is a founding member of SOFOSH (Society of Friends of Sassoon Hospital), an organization placing children for adoption. A former General Administrator of KEM Hospital, Pune, she founded their Department of Medical Social Work in 1978. Mrs. Mansukhani has expertise in Human Resources, Finance, Hospital Information Systems, and Facility and Materials Management.
Mrs. Katayun Currawalla, B.A.,PG Diploma (Mass Communication)
Mrs. Currawalla is the Founder President of Maharashtra Dyslexia Association. She has worked as a free-lance journalist and short filmmaker. She has been a regular contributor to the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation and Doordarshan. Mrs. Currawalla is a Fellow of the Ashoka Innovators for the Public, a Washington D.C. based foundation that promotes innovative entrepreneurship in the voluntary sector worldwide. In 2008, Mrs. Currawalla was felicitated as Woman Achiever of the Year by the Sri Shanmukhananda Fine Arts and Sangeetha Sabha.
Sonali Rao, B.E. (Computer Engineering), M.S. (Computer Science), MBA (International Marketing)
Sonali has studied, lived and worked for 22 years in the United States before moving back to her hometown, Pune, a few years ago. Sonali works on several social causes including Traffic, Waste Management and Sustainability. She organized the first large scale TEDx Event in Pune in 2013. She is the founder of “Pune Inspire”, an organization which selects civic issues and hosts an annual event where eminent speakers address those issues and present ideas which are implemented subsequently at a grass-roots level in Pune. She brings to the table strong networking and marketing skills.
Jyotsna Yargop, B.Sc, PG DIP( Computers), M.P.M
Jyotsna after graduating from Delhi University has travelled across India as an Army Wife. As a former member of AWWA(Army Wives Welfare Association) she has contributed immensely to the welfare of the families of the troops. She has a varied experience in the field of education and IT. Jyotsna has been closely associated with Spectrum, for the last 25 years. Spectrum is a forum that enriches and enhances the lives of its members by organising learning prgs and also reaches out to the weaker section of the society through welfare programs.She is on the board of another company for the last 10 years.
Our Team

The Morris Foundation has a skilled team of staff members and consultants with expertise in Learning Disorders.

Dr. Uma Kulkarni,
Special Executive Officer
Dr. Sushama Nagarkar,
Technical Consultant
Medha Pathak,
Manager (Training & Collaborations)