Anjali is an independent artist and designer, and a marketing, communications and community engagement professional working for mission-driven organizations. Click here for a CV.
Social Sector Professional
In her work in the social sector, she currently serves as Vice President of Knowledge & Communications at Mission Investors Exchange, after spending one year as a consultant to organizations including Open Society Foundations, the Asian American Arts Alliance, and others. Prior to that, she was Director of Communications for JUST Capital, a nonprofit that measures how US corporations perform on the issues that matter most to the American public; and Director of Knowledge and Communications for Nonprofit Finance Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to improving the way money is given and used to achieve social impact. She was also an Americorps Vista Volunteer at the Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance and has worked as a writer for leading museums and performing arts centers nationwide.
Artist and Analogue Game Designer
Anjali holds an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and is a Fulbright Scholar in Fine Arts. She was named an Award Finalist (and 2nd Place winner) for SXSW Eco’s 2016 Place By Design Competition and was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2015 for a work of fiction written in collaboration with Purvi Shah.
Recent accomplishments include a commissioning grant for public art from the Queens Council on the Arts, resulting in a participatory installation on the Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm, and installations at Propelify Innovation Festival, the Brooklyn Museum, Dumbo Arts Festival, Gallery Gitanjali in Goa, India, and the Digital Games Research Association.