Vasundhara Kamath is the Program Assistant for the Gender Equality Initiative in International Affairs. She is also a second year Masters in Public Policy candidate at GW’s Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, with a dual concentration in Program Evaluation and Gender Policy. Her capstone project examined gender as well as racial and ethnic diversity in the 24 CFO Act Agencies, and identified promising practices that could promote inclusive diversity in the US Federal Government.
Vasundhara holds a PhD in law from NALSAR University of Law in India. She taught Constitutional Law and Feminist Jurisprudence at the School of Law, Christ University in Bangalore. In that role she was involved in a research project that used a critical lens to explore the gendered language in the Indian Penal Code and its interpretations by the Supreme Court. In her spare time, she likes to read, volunteer, and explore the numerous historical sites in the region.