Eesha Pandit is cofounder of the Center for Advancing Innovative Policy (CAIP), where she brings more than a decade of thought leadership and strategic communications around progressive policy. She has led policy, program, and communications work in innovative and groundbreaking ways that have shaped national and international movements for human rights, reproductive justice, and violence against women. Pandit brings expertise and experience in hard policy analysis and the organizing and coalition-building required to effect policy change. She is a founding member of the Crunk Feminist Collective and South Asian Youth in Houston Unite (SAYHU). She is a queer South Asian immigrant based in Houston, Texas, and brings her expertise as a creative strategist, respected thinker, and writer to work for CAIP’s partners. Pandit is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and the University of Chicago, where she studied political philosophy.
Cofounder, Center for Advancing Innovative Policy