Tanvi Jaluka is a Program Manager for IPA’s Financial Inclusion Program. Prior to joining IPA, Tanvi designed randomized controlled trials and worked on topics related to mobile money at the UCSD Program Design and Evaluation Lab. At the Center for Global Development, she served as the Gender Program Coordinator, overseeing a portfolio of interventions for women's financial inclusion and entrepreneurship. In addition, Tanvi has conducted research measuring the impact of economic development programming on gender-based violence and household bargaining. She received her MPP from the University of California, San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy, and her BA in International Studies and Economics from Vassar College.
Read an interview with Tanvi as part of "People of IPA," a series of profiles celebrating IPA’s diverse staff, highlighting their contributions, and discussing how and why they seek to improve the lives of those living in poverty.