Anupama Tadanki is a Program Associate in Global Development and Population at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. She supports the transparency, participation and accountability strategy that aims to improve citizen-government engagement through increased availability and access to information.
Previously, Anupama wrote proposals for an international health benefits administration company in Orange County, Calif., and worked in rural Kenya, where she led a design team to develop a business plan and prototype for a hygiene product. Anupama also completed a nonprofit management fellowship through New Sector Alliance’s Residency in Social Enterprise program, and conducted internal progress assessments and community engagement initiatives at Performing Arts Workshop, a San Francisco-based arts education nonprofit.
Anupama has a bachelor’s degree in global health from the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine.
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