Shreya is an MPP student focused on issues of gender justice and community-led development. 
Prior to Jackson, Shreya spent four years in Mumbai at Dalberg Global Development Advisors. At Dalberg, she engaged on projects related to livelihoods, capacity-building, and innovative finance, applying a rigorous gender lens to problem statements across sectors. Most recently, Shreya supported the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation in designing a program to strengthen the capacity and market competitiveness of local evaluation organizations across Bangladesh, India, and Sub-Saharan Africa. During the COVID-19 crisis, Shreya collaborated with the Gates Foundation to parse the gendered effects of the pandemic on employment, health, and agency on 15,000 women from low-income households in India. Findings from the study informed recommendations made to the Ministry of Women and Child Development. 
Shreya has also led internal gender sensitivity training on sexual diversity and care work and helped pilot a toolkit that enables consultants to incorporate a gender lens in their work across practice areas and service lines.
She completed her BA in economics from Sri Ram College of Commerce in Delhi University.