I currently serve as India Director at Development Data Lab, where I am building a gender-economics research agenda for South Asia (with colleagues), raising funds for our research and work with open data, and leading outreach and partnerships.
A few projects that I have bottom-lined since 2020 include – a large-scale study of in-group gender and religious bias in the Indian judiciary, development of the largest open-access judicial data platform and assembling excess mortality data that enabled our interdisciplinary paper estimating excess Covid mortality in India, in Science.
I am a June 2020 graduate of the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. Prior to graduate school, I worked on large-scale evaluations of education and early childhood development programs across Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu with J-PAL South Asia in India.
MPA in Economics and Public Policy, 2020
BA in Economics and Political Science, 2016