Anirudh “Ani” Krishnan is an evidence-to-policy professional focused on the implementation of high-quality experimental and causal evidence in public policy to address poverty and inequalities in the Global South. During his time at Jackson, he has focused on political economy, quantitative methods, climate change, and policy communication. In addition, he worked closely with Professor Emma Zang at the Department of Sociology as a research assistant, was a student associate at the Yale Centre for Climate Change and Health, and attended the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP 25) in Madrid, Spain in December 2019 as a delegate of the Yale Student Environmental Coalition. Upon graduation, he is joining the Abdul Latiff Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, as a senior policy associate.