Arundhati Joshi

Co-Chair

Arundhati Joshi is a graduate student in the MPP program at the McCourt School of Public Policy. She was born, raised and finished her education in the cities of Jaipur and Delhi in India. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Indraprastha College for Women in University of Delhi. She has experience working with mobilizing undergraduate students to engage in dialogue with Foreign policy officials while also promoting research on International Affairs in the capacity of Joint Secretary and Lead for research and Partnerships at Global Youth and The Parley Project, which are based in Delhi. She has experience at the legislative level in the Indian Parliament interning for minister in both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha.

Before coming to Georgetown she also worked with the team at the Ananta Aspen Center in extending research on the QUAD and developing future foreign policy collaborations on Business diplomacy and worked with Professor Emmauel J. Teitelbaum to codify data sets on Maoist Violence in India for his research targeting Naxal violence. She is interested in International Development focusing on poverty alleviation and conflict resolution in fragile and conflict ridden states. In her free time she likes to watch K-Dramas, read books and obsess over tennis.