Udisha Saklani is a doctoral student at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. She has more than five years of experience in the water and energy sector and worked as a Policy Consultant with the UNDP India office and the Institute of Water Policy, National University of Singapore. Her interests lie in the field of public policy, governance reforms, and development cooperation. Some of her past projects include studying the role of the private sector in water service delivery, socio-economic impacts of big infrastructure projects, and perceptions on drinking recycled water in Singapore and Africa. She has a strong research background and has published her work on national and international platforms, including high-impact academic journals such as Energy Policy.
Udisha has a Master’s Degree in Public Policy (MPP) from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore and a Bachelor (Hons) degree in Mathematics from St.Stephen’s College, University of Delhi.