Sai Sireesha Kavuri received her Bachelor’s degree in computer science from Krishna University, Andhra Pradesh and her Master’s degree in conflict management and development from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. She has been a Gandhi Fellow at the Piramal Foundation for Education Leadership and worked in a close conjunction with NITI AAYOG’s Aspirational District Transformation program in the Narmada district of Gujarat. As a Gandhi Fellow, she worked on capacity building of the Cluster Resource Coordinator, Block Resource Coordinator, communities and teachers in Narmada District. After her successful completion of the Gandhi Fellowship, she joined URMUL Trust as a consultant for the International Institute of Impact Evaluation (3IE) project in Bikaner, Rajasthan. In that role, she worked on monitoring and evaluation and communication for the 3IE project. She has also worked with artisans and conducted training sessions on pressing social issues like child marriage and gender discrimination in Rajasthan. Her motivation and dedication to work for the wellbeing of communities made her an American Indian Fellow. As an AIF fellow, she is placed at Lok Kala Sagar Sansthan and Folk Arts Rajasthan in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, where she will be developing the curriculum for a Merasi school for Merasi students who are subjected to continuous caste-based discrimination. Her experience helped her to gain skills like facilitation, communication, and community engagement. As a student of peace and conflict studies, she is good at analyzing international affairs and understanding different cultures.