As a TACHC data analyst and researcher, Anjali identifies trends and problems through analysis of large amounts of healthcare data, spread across an array of databases and tools, to find meaningful insights that can change the way TACHC and health centers manage and overcome challenges.
Her strong desire to improve maternal and child well-being led to previous roles in research, evaluation, and analysis across multiple university research centers (Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago, Ray Marshall Center at the University of Texas at Austin, Population Health at the University of Texas System), in the field during a year-long project in India (J-PAL South Asia), as a weighting statistician for the CDC (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System), and as a public school program evaluator (Washoe County, Nevada).
Anjali earned her Ph.D. at the University of Texas at Austin (Human Development and Family Sciences) and a M.P.A. from Indiana University at Bloomington. She has lived and worked in low-income neighborhoods including Kingston, Jamaica; Chicago, Illinois; Denver, Colorado; and New Delhi, India.