Shazia Omar is an author, a yogini and an activist for the poorest. She completed a Masters in social psychology at LSE, UK, and an undergrad at Dartmouth College, USA. She has written three books and one play. She writes a column for The Daily Star called ‘Kundalini Rising’. During the day, she is the CEO of mTracker (www.mTracker.co), a technology firm that creates digital solutions for programmes serving poor and vulnerable communities. In the evening, she teaches yoga and enjoys being a mom.