Nipun Malhotra is co-founder and CEO of the Nipman Foundation that works in the area of health and advocacy for Persons with Disabilities. He is a visiting Research Fellow at World Enabled, a Pineda Foundation initiative. He is a member of the CII National Committee on Special Abilities that promotes inclusion of Persons with Disabilities in the corporate sector.

Nipun is on the board of Directors at Vishwas, a non-profit working on disability and development. He is also the Executive Director of Nipman Fastener Industries – a leading automotive fastener manufacturing company in India.

Nipun is an alumnus of St. Stephen’s College, Delhi School of Economics and the Indian School of Business. He is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, an honorary member of CII Young Indians and a part of the Kellogg Innovation Network. The Indian Red Cross Society recognized him with the ‘Social Entrepreneur’ Award in 2018.

Nipun has been at the forefront of numerous efforts to ensure access for the disabled. The wheelchair access filters in restaurant listings on Zomato, the availability of wheelchairs at the recent NH7 and the Jaipur Literature Festival, are direct results. He also lobbied with the Delhi Government to get the Disabled exempted from the Odd-Even car rule. He audited the Rajghat, Tihar, Mandoli and Rohini Jails on behalf of the Delhi High Court in 2018.

Since August 2016, he is part of NITI Aayog’s (formerly the Indian Planning Commission) experts panel. He worked with the CISF to ease security procedures for Persons with Disabilities at airports. Nipun defeated the Delhi government in the High Court via a PIL on the procurement of accessible public transport. This judgement changes the came for public transportation across the country.

He is the Curator of the Nipman Foundation Microsoft Equal Opportunity Awards that recognize organizations making significant contributions to the disabled in the workspace and lifestyles.

He is the founder of ‘Wheels for Life’ ( – a crowdsourcing platform connecting those who need wheelchairs to donors who can financially contribute for them. With a presence in ten states, ‘Wheels For Life’ has impacted close to 1,000 individuals.

Nipun was born with Arthrogryposis, a rare congenital disorder. He is a wheelchair user.