Neha designs and implements scientifically backed business solutions to reduce the burden of malnutrition. She also fosters meaningful partnerships with enterprising individuals and organizations in the ecosystem who are passionate about serving vulnerable populations to improve their socio-economic indicators.
As a student of history, Neha likes to examine the why and how of problems. Why is a certain section of India still deficient in nutrients? How have the socio-cultural-economic and historical factors played out for the present scenario? This mindset, coupled with her extensive programmatic experience at Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), helps in identifying scalable and sustainable solutions for major public health problems, particularly in the areas of nutrition and WASH.