Ana is a fourth year student double majoring in Public Health and Political Science with minors in Public Policy and South/Southeast Asian Studies. Her academic interests include religious violence and politics in South Asia, tropical infectious disease epidemiology, and depictions of racial, sexual, and religious minorities in media. Ana is fluent in English, Hindi/Urdu, and Spanish. In the past, she has conducted research on the soda tax in place in several Bay Area cities, interned at the Berkeley City Council, and worked for the Indian non-profit Tata Trusts in Nagpur, Maharashtra. Ana is also an Editor-in-Chief for the Berkeley Political Review. Upon graduation, she plans to work in pharmaceutical and urban policy settings before pursuing a graduate degree in public health and development studies focused on South and Southeast Asia.
- Human Rights / Norms