Onkuri Majumdar is currently with Freeland Foundation, which works across regions in Asia to assist governments to end wildlife trafficking. She has worked on investigations against some of the region's biggest tiger traffickers, as well as against traders of illegally sourced exotic pets, and was featured in a National Geographic series, "Crimes Against Nature". Onkuri is developing new programs for South Asia, in addition to facilitating the sharing of information and best practices between government agencies.
Earlier, Onkuri worked in India, managing a team of lawyers who were sent to assist public prosecutors fighting wildlife crime cases; she also drafted Public Interest Litigations to a special Supreme Court committee on the protection of important wildlife habitats. Her most unforgettable wildlife memories include being charged by rhinos in Kaziranga, seeing sharks in the crystal clear waters of the Lakshadweep islands, and encountering wild tigers close up while conducting a tiger census in Ranthambhore.
She now commutes between New Delhi and Bangkok, expanding Freeland's activities.