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Yash has worked at the intersection of technology and policy for 5 years. He started his career at Microsoft and then worked at InMobi as a software engineer, before starting his own FMCG start-up in Singapore. On the policy front Yash has written India's menstrual benefits bill, runs his NGO - SheBleeds - that advocates for proper menstrual hygiene practices and is a certified menstrual hygiene expert under the NHM. Yash worked at NITI Aayog on the BHARAT-NLP project, developing Indic natural language processing toolkits, and then on the Women Entrepreneurship Platform, promoting entrepreneurship as a means to financial independence. In his free time you can find Yash playing a round of board games
Aaditya is a biochemistry graduate from St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad, with 4 years of work experience. Post his tenure at Uber, he was consulting trade associations, industry clusters and trade expo organizers on trade promotion, international market entry and marketing. He has organized multiple promotional roadshows and trade delegations in more than 40 countries in addition to leading trade delegations to Europe and conducting a roadshow in Cambodia. For the last year, he was involved in consulting Economic Development Boards and international trade associations like Invest Hong Kong and Invest in Hamilton on their trade and inward investment promotion operations in India.
A civil engineering graduate from NIT Jalandhar, Sanjana worked as a Course Strategist and Lecturer in a civil services coaching institute. To get on ground experience in the development sector, she worked on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) as a Project Associate with an NGO, where she designed a pilot study and assisted in drafting of the Bihar State Action Plan on MHM . Before joining ISB, as a part of her assignment by the Government of Uttar Pradesh , she studied the challenges in sectors of health and education in one of the ‘Aspirational Districts’ identified by NITI Aayog. She is fond of dancing and listening to music and loves appreciating art