Kriti is passionate about exploring the intersection of business and development, with a specific focus on leveraging private sector resources to advance the social sector.
Prior to MSFS, Kriti served as a country analyst at the government affairs and public policy consulting firm BowerGroupAsia, in New Delhi, India. At BGA, she monitored and analyzed political, economic, and business and investment trends, including legislative and regulatory developments, across the financial technology, media and entertainment, and digital economy sectors to support client needs in India.
Kriti previously worked as a research intern with the South Asia practice at Albright Stonebridge Group in Washington, D.C. She also interned at the Brookings Institution India Center, the Climate Initiative at the Center for Policy Research in New Delhi, and the Office of Dr. Shashi Tharoor, Member of Parliament, in India. In addition to her expertise in South Asia, Kriti possesses a firm grasp of policy dynamics in Southeast Asia. In 2014, she served as a researcher with the Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asia Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.
Kriti graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in South and Southeast Asian Studies.
I believe MSFS’s Global Business and Finance concentration is unparalleled. It not only contextualizes the study of business and finance within a rapidly transforming international environment, but also adopts an interdisciplinary approach, affording space for the exploration of germane, cross-sectoral, and emerging global issues. In this regard, I am confident that MSFS will be invaluable in empowering me to thrive in a career at the intersection of business and development focused on emerging markets.
"While graduate study at Georgetown University will enable me to fulfill my intellectual pursuits and professional aspirations, it is a privilege–above all–to study at a school that espouses leadership, creativity, ethics, and service as its core values.”
Sapra, K. (2014, August 20). Southeast Asia: A Re-emerging Theater for Religious Extremism? [Web log post].