Sunita Bhuyan

Sunita Bhuyan

Practitioner: Wellness, Leadership and Change through Music, TEDx speaker, Joy of Giving Ambassador

Sunita Khaund Bhuyan is a violinist and HR professional on Wellness, leadership and change interventions through the medium music and has 23 years of experience in the field across leading corporations / business schools globally. A mentor for Wellness and Diversity at S'Prayas Foundation Sunita has presented concerts and workshops and talks for forums like Global Economic Summit World trade centre Mumbai, SHRM Conclave, TED Talks, KPMG Learning Academy, NHRDN, ONGC Petrotech, ONGC SECONE, CORCON, NACE Conference, Oil and Gas HR Summit, Learning and Development Roundtable, BPCL, Confederation of Indian Industries, Commonwealth HRICT, Asia Scotland Society Edinburgh, Gartner leadership forum NY, Tata Institute of Social Sciences Mum, XLRI Jamshedpur, ExpoWave by BNP Paribas, World Trade Center, Deloitte Human Capital Summit, India Today conclave, Indian Merchants chambers, Godrej Leadership Forum etc.

An MBA in Human Resources and a Master of Hindustani Music, she is a disciple of her mother violinist Minoti Khaund and maestro Padmabibhushan Pandit V. G. Jog. A recipient of the Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini award for excellence she recently received the Woman of the Decade award from the Women economic forum and the Woman of abundance award form Rotary International. A REX Karmaveer global awardee and fellow she is the ambassador of the South Asian Women's Fund , on women's rights. As a "Joy of giving" Ambassador for Don Bosco, she has received the blessings from His Holiness Pope Francis for her work with more than 12500 children as well as cancer patients and specially abled. She was recently invited as a special guest for Mother Teresa's Canonisation at the Vatican.

As a concert musician, her album "Bihu Strings" by Times Music is the only album of folk on the violin in India and she is passionate about her collaborations in UK and Europe on inclusive world music with projects like Commonwealth culture series UK, Glasgow Mela, With Strings Attached , Edinburgh, Beyond Boundaries London, music for "Save the Rhino" by Yes Bank and CNBC, the mega festival Paddy Fields where Sunita showcased Assam amongst the best women performers in the country and Confluence where she collaborated with Rajasthan folk musician's of Virasat Foundation.