Raised in Phoenix, Anisha is a recent graduate of Dartmouth College, where she studied Government and Middle Eastern Studies with a focus on human rights and gender. While at Dartmouth, Anisha worked on gender-based violence prevention, survivor advocacy, and building inclusive and equitable communities. As an undergraduate, she spent time working at the US Mission to the United Nations, studying abroad in Morocco, and working with social impact organizations in Peru and Arizona. Following graduation Anisha began working as a strategy consultant at Bain & Company. Recently, Anisha was selected for the ACLU of Georgia Humanity in Action professional fellowship. As a Policy Fellow, she provides critical research and support to the ACLU of Georgia’s Voting Access Project and broader legislative program. Anisha remains passionate about ending power-based violence and hopes to pursue a career at the intersection of law, social justice, and human rights.
Updated April 2022
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