Durva Trivedi is an Associate on the Innovation, Data and Technology team. She works on grants and partnerships focused on digital transformation of governments aiming to support people and communities with better delivery of public goods, services and infrastructure. She is especially interested in questions of human impact and the ethical design of government technology platforms.
Previously, she supported The Rockefeller Foundation’s work on innovation, technology for social good, and science as a Project 55 Fellow. Prior to joining the Foundation, Durva studied at Princeton University, where she majored in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and earned a certificate in South Asian Studies. In her coursework and independent research, she focused on international development, communication policy, and gender studies. She has also worked at AWARE, a women’s rights advocacy NGO in Singapore, Innovations for Successful Societies, a social science research center in Princeton, and the Alliance for Peacebuilding, a nonprofit network organization in Washington D.C.