Sardarni Navleen Kaur is the Community educator at the Central Gurdwara Khalsa jatha London. She currently teaches Sikh Studies across the UK and in Europe.
Her first degree was in French Literature at University college London and then she became a modern foreign languages teacher following her Post Graduate certificate in Education at The Institute of education London. She then took out two years to work with Human rights NGO developing a project linked with the United Nations on trauma and violence for those women and children who became indirect victims of violence in Panjab, India.
Subsequently this lead to further studies at the University of Cambridge where she completed an Mphil in Educational psychology and social development. Having volunteered in the Interfaith world for several years, and served as the SACRE Council for Religious education in Several London boroughs. Her first Sikh Chaplain post was at Khalsa Secondary academy in Buckingham shire where she coordinated Interfaith activities and the Sikh Studies programme, as well as developing an interfaith programme for teenagers. She has been published in magazines, journals, and books and is a regular contributor to Sikhnet.