Manojna Polisetty is a Research Associate with the Scaling City Institutions for India (SCI-FI) programme at Centre for Policy Research. Her role focuses on quantitative and qualitative data analysis for developing relevant policy insights on issues of urban planning and WASH.
She has pursued Masters in Urban Planning from CEPT University. Her final semester directed research-project focused on examining micro-level spatial fragmentation and economic linkages in Bengaluru. In the past, she worked at a development advisory, Taru Leading Edge and interned at WRI, India. She aims to associate with developmental and climate action programs that work on equitable urban settlements and policy formulation.