2012 MA, Habitat Policy & Practice, TISS, Mumbai
2010 BA, History (Hons), Delhi University, Delhi
States: Bihar, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu
Cities: New Delhi, Jaipur, Solapur, Chennai, Hubli-Dharwad, Bijapur
Languages: English, Bengali, Hindi
Anushree is a Senior Associate in the Academics & Research Team at IIHS. She earned her Master’s in Habitat Policy and Practice from TISS, and her Bachelor’s (Honors) in History from Delhi University. Her work spans across areas of Affordable Housing, Water and Sanitation and Heritage Conservation. Anushree has worked across several practice and research projects at IIHS including impact assessments of water & sanitation interventions in collaboration with MHT SEWA, formulating and testing frameworks for conducting heritage impact assessments in collaboration with UNESCO, and being part of a team at IIHS aiding the State Government of Karnataka in drafting their Affordable Housing and Slum Area Development Policy.
As a part of Urban Practitioners Programme, Anushree has curated and taught in the capacity development programmes for affordable housing and heritage management for government officials from multiple state governments across India. As part of the Rockefeller-IIHS Urban India Policy Support Partnership, she has also filmed and co-directed 2 documentaries on “Household Coping Mechanisms of Water Supply in Katihar and Bangalore” & “Wastewater Management and Disposal in Bangalore”.
Anushree has also coordinated several aspects of the Urban Fellows Programme include aspects of outreach and the a section of the course module called ‘Unpacking Urbaninsm’.