Sunaina Pamudurthy is a Master in Public Policy student whose interest lies at the intersection of technology and climate resilience. In the winter of her first year at Harvard, she spent time with the Kichwa community of the Ecuadorian Amazon understanding current technologies being used to improve the livelihoods of indigenous communities in the region. She is keen in exploring climate policies that are equitable and inclusive through the use of technology. Prior to coming to the Kennedy School, Sunaina worked as a political researcher for the 2019 general elections in India. Her work back home includes advocacy around land rights through civil disobedience and tech policy research around data protection & privacy.

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