Tvesha Sippy


Tvesha is an Associate at Artha Global. Previously, she worked at the IDFC Institute where her research focused on the criminal justice system in India.

Tvesha holds a postgraduate degree in Economics from the Meghnad Desai Academy of Economics, where she was awarded the Chanakya Scholarship. At the Academy, she assisted her professor in his research on the financial inclusion of women in India. In her thesis, she explored the nexus between the climate crisis and the refugee crisis, and she undertook a behavioural study on the response to the climate crisis.

Prior to joining the Institute, she completed her Chartered Accountancy, securing an All India Rank at the intermediate level. She worked at Ernst and Young in the International Taxation and Transfer Pricing Team. She graduated from Narsee Monjee College with a Bachelor of Commerce, where she was the recipient of several academic scholarships, and was a member of the student council. She has worked as a fellow with Make A Difference, India, where she co-led the implementation of an educational programme in its pilot year in Mumbai. She has also worked as a content writer for an online platform called ‘BeBadass’, which works for the empowerment of women.

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