Abhisvara is a Young Global Professional at the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center. She focuses on research, strategy development and project implementation of the center’s India, extreme heat and individual and community resilience initiatives.
Abhisvara is a former strategy consultant at Accenture, Southeast Asia where she advised government agencies, government-owned companies, and multinational corporations on issues at the intersection of business and technology. Through her academic and professional experiences at Accenture Abhisvara has worked on issues of climate resilience, exploring initiatives such as urban greening to cutting-edge green building technologies. Further, both whilst interning at the Clinton Health Access Initiative as well as during her academic studies, Abhisvara has explored issues of health equity ranging from the undue burden of malnutrition among women and children in Madhya Pradesh, India to barriers to healthcare access for ethnic minority communities in New York City. Abhisvara is a published writer, having served as a staff writer, freelance contributor and editor writing on sociopolitical issues for a variety of leading publications including the Indian Express, the Times of India, and, most recently SIPA’s the Morningside Post.
Abhisvara Sinha is a graduate of the University of Oxford where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in History & Politics (Joint Degree). She is currently pursuing her Master of Public Administration at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA).