As well as a star turn as celebrity dancer, Anita is best-known as presenter on BBC One’s Countryfile. She has also presented and co-presented a number of factual programmes on India, including The World’s Busiest Railway Station.
Anita first lent her support to the charity by voicing FRANK Water’s Radio 4 Charity Appeal in July 2016. The appeal, which aired twice in one week, raised more than £15,000 for the charity.
Pinky Lilani CBE DL
Pinky Lilani is founder and chair of a number of awards which attempt to recognise influential women and leaders: Asian Women of Achievement Awards; the Women of the Future Award; and, the Global Empowerment Award. She is an Indian cookery specialist, consultant and owner of Spice Magic Ltd
She received an OBE in 2007 for her work to celebrate women's achievements. She has been called one of Britain's most entrepreneurial women.
Cricketer Nick Compton is a top order batsman for Middlesex Cricket Club. He made his England debut in 2012. In November 2013, Nick visited FRANK Water's work in Telangana with FRANK Water CEO, Katie. You can read more about their trip (including the cricket match he played with a local team!) here.