Reeva Misra graduated from Oxford University in 2014, majoring in experimental psychology. There she focused on research in multisensory integration, publishing experimental findings with the Oxford Crossmodal Lab. After graduation, she worked in India exploring how technology and social media can be used for achieving gender equality. She worked for human rights organization Breakthrough in New Delhi, exploring sexual harassment in the city. Following this, she produced and directed a digital campaign with film production house Eros International against stereotyping and discrimination in the media. Alongside this, she launched a scholarship scheme that will allow the brightest underserved Indian children to attend the top universities around the world through a fully funded and mentored scholarship. The scheme is to receive its first intake in 2016. At Yale, Reeva focuses on technology and development, with a special interest in start-ups in India.