Kiran Kumari lives in Mansoorpur town of Bihar. She is the trainer and coordinator of the CIRC Mansoorpur. 28 years old Kiran along with her husband Raghav has been working consistently towards the upliftment of her community. Just after her marriage, Kiran with her husband moved to the Barefoot College in Tilonia where she acquired many new skills. She learnt how to make solar lamps and other devices using solar power. After two years of training, she returned to Mansoorpur and began managing the CIRC. She was an integral part of the Helping Women Go Online programme, where close to 1,000 women were trained. She often visits locations around her centre, including schools, Panchayat office and places of community engagement in order to make people aware of the importance of computer literacy. The interesting part is that she makes sure that every mobilisation activity is video recorded and edited by the same evening. Kiran along with her colleagues at the CIRC then pull out a screen on one of the outer walls and run recorded and edited video footage of community meetings or otherwise, awareness programmes This almost looks like a mini outdoor theatre thronged by people from across the village, making it an excellent medium of information dissemination. In the future, Kiran wants to expand her centre by creating multiple sub-centres around it. Taking inspiration from Tilonia, she wishes to open a network of training divisions where villagers could pick and learn from an array of skillsets, such as solar, recycling and handicrafts. In fact, she wishes to share her knowledge of solar with other women of the community as well. Moreover, as Kiran’s husband Raghav is an expert in radio assembling, and so she also wishes to open a radio assembling training centre with him in the near future.