Ranjani Srinivasan – Associate

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Ranjani Srinivasan – Associate

Ranjani Srinivasan – Associate
Posted:
May 24, 2019
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Ranjani Srinivasan works primarily on TCLF’s Landslide program, researching and advocating for at-risk landscapes. Before joining TCLF, she was a researcher for the West Philadelphia Landscape Project at MIT’s Department of Urban Planning, and for the Caste Geographies Initiative at Harvard University. Ranjani has conducted primary fieldwork, stakeholder interviews, urban mapping, and policy analysis in India for the Department for International Development and the London School of Economics. She has also worked in architecture firms in India and Sri Lanka, extensively documenting vernacular landscapes and indigenous craft practices across both countries. Ranjani earned her bachelor’s degree in design from the Center for Environmental Planning and Technology in Ahmedabad, India, and her master’s degree in conservation from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She is a Fulbright Fellow and an Inlaks Scholar from India.