Anjali wears many hats at Reboot. As a program manager, she blends design strategy, research and project management to support community- and user-driven change efforts.
Before joining Reboot, Anjali most recently worked with non-profit organizations in healthcare and humanitarian aid such as Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the International Rescue Committee. Her prior engagements mainly focused on organizational capacity building for human-centered design and behavioral design. Anjali also brings extensive corporate consulting and workplace strategy experience to Reboot. During her time at Gensler and PDR, she advised clients regarding the impact of the built environment on organizational culture. She helped propose and design strategic workplace solutions aimed at increasing end-user satisfaction and organizational effectiveness.
A facilitator and lifelong learner, Anjali is also passionate about education. She has previously served as a tenure track assistant professor at Texas State University and continues to teach today at Parsons School of Design in the School of Design Strategies and School of Constructed Environments. Her teaching philosophy is dedicated to leveraging design for impactful and transformative change.
Anjali was born and raised in Rajkot, India and now resides in New York City. She holds graduate degrees in Transdisciplinary Design from Parsons School of Design and Interior Design from Pratt Institute. She is a former Division III college tennis player and a huge fan of Rafael Nadal.