Srishti Goel is a Senior Research Analyst based in New Delhi, India.
At the One Health Trust, Ms. Goel is an integral part of a multi-country analysis of “Attitudes towards SARS-CoV-2 Self-testing kits among the general population and healthcare workers” funded by FIND. She is also involved in a project funded by Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. that assesses the impact of COVID-19 on the learning and health outcomes of children with disabilities. Currently, she is involved in a project that studies the value of biobanks funded by FIND. She is working on a project that aims to understand the impact of mental health on employee productivity.
Previously, Ms. Goel worked as a researcher at the Bangalore-based nonprofit, The Collective Consciousness, which aims to address systemic challenges in the educational space in India. There, she designed the execution of the first pilot project and developed monitoring and evaluation components to track the effectiveness of the program delivery. She has worked with Deloitte Haskins and Sells LLP, India, as a transfer pricing executive.
Ms. Goel has a Bachelor of Science in Economics, Mathematics, and Statistics from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, and an MSc in Economics from the University of Warwick, United Kingdom. In her Master’s thesis, she investigated whether a supposed demand-driven labor policy (i.e., the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Generation) was impacted by supply-driven factors such as political alignment and swing states in the Indian context.
Her research interests include labor, gender economics, and public policy.