WHO WE ARE
Communicare’s main aim is to offer as many languages as possible under one roof. After all, the Czechs believe that: you live one life for each language you speak, and it would be boring to live only one life, wouldn’t it?
The name of our cultural centre partly represents our aim, with Communicare meaning “communication” in Latin, a language that many European languages originate from such as Portuguese, Spanish, French, German etc.
However, our teaching is not restricted to European languages. We also teach our mother tongue – Konkani, and a variety of other Indian languages.
In today’s world, learning a language is more comprehensive than just learning to frame sentences. It also involves the different cultures present of these countries.
Our Creative Team
Meet the creative and hard-working individuals who make our NGO special. These are the people who drive our vision forward with their ideas. Our team has 5 members, the active members being our manager and project manager, or as we know them, Nalini Elvino de Sousa and Namitha Nair. The other three members are our three trustees, Dr. Bossuet Afonso, Lisa Dias Noronha and Aira Mirchandani who always have their own special touch to add. Get to know our team better below.
Namitha Nair is a business management graduate from Goa University. She has worked with major MNC’s like Accenture, Altisource, KIMS hospital and in different cities like Kochi and Pune. Tired of the 9-6 routine and monotonous work life she decided to join Communicare in 2013 and has been a part ever since. She is a videographer, backpacker, model, fitness enthusiast , animal lover and video blogger.
Lisa Dias Noronha
Lisa Dias Noronha is a woman of the Arts, with an acute interest in theatre, music and storytelling. She has a true love for languages, both to listen to and to learn. You can see it in her interest in people’s stories and the parts of the world they’re from. Although objective, she always follows what she deems right. She teaches German but when free, loves listening to the twittering of birds on Chorão Island, where she lives.