Anjali has over five years of experience in social science research and linguistics. She aims at leveraging her understanding of language and communication for greater social impact. She has worked with the pastoral community of Himachal Pradesh to document their indigenous language, Gaddi. She is also an active member of Prakritidhara, an ecological collective that engages in developing climate resilient practices in the Kumaon region of the Himalayas. Previously, she worked as a Program coordinator for ThinQ, a science educators’ group, where she helped develop learning modules in critical thinking and scientific inquiry. She graduated with a Master’s and MPhil from Jawaharlal Nehru University. She has also just completed her doctoral dissertation in Linguistics.
When not at work, Anjali can be found binge-watching British comedy, inventing a bad recipe, or daydreaming on a park bench.