Office of Financial Research
Priya is currently a Research Economist at the Office of Financial Research within the US Department of Treasury. In this role, she coordinates and internally publishes financial stability reports and monitors on a variety of topics. She also supports and performs research both within OFR and Treasury and with FSOC, with a focus on climate and digital asset financial stability risks.
Yale Program on Financial Stability
Priya was formerly a Research Associate at the Yale Program on Financial Stability, writing cases for the New Bagehot Project. These cases studied specific interventions undertaken by policymakers to combat past financial crises to equip future policymakers with insights and lessons learned from these crises. She established a tracker of government interventions in response to the COVID-19 crisis and wrote blog posts about specific interventions.
US Department of State
Virtual Foreign Service Intern
Priya analyzed quantitative and qualitative data surrounding Dodd-Frank Section 1502's effects in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and surrounding countries. This project sought to create a comprehensive story of the region's activity with conflict minerals and associated crime. Priya focused on describing the effects on consumer preferences and cultural changes in the wake of Dodd-Frank.
As a campus representative for Apple, Priya marketed and promoted products on campus in conjunction with Apple's Sales Team and their involvement with the Dartmouth Computer Store. She presented to students, professors, and departments to familiarize them with Apple products and software in an academic setting.
Economic Studies Research Analyst
At the Brookings Institution, Priya performed qualitative and quantitative economic policy research and analysis that informed scholars and advised policy recommendations. She attended events and read publications to draft briefings for Economic Studies scholars. Her work verified, maintained, and organized research and results in efficient and accurate publications from the Economic Studies department, especially for the Center on Regulation and Markets. She also organized, marketed, and created content for Brookings events.
Governance Studies Research Assistant
Priya volunteered some of her time in assistance of Former Ambassador to the Czech Republic, Norman Eisen. She performed government and historical research, analyzing hundreds of sources to create a database and draft briefings that helped inform the Ambassador to draft chapters of his 2018 novel, The Last Palace.
Private Equity Analyst
At Hypatia Capital, Priya performed company and industry research, valuation, and transaction analysis that advised clients looking to make mergers and acquisitions or investments, especially in companies with one or more female executives. Her work also helped advise Hypatia in making private equity investments, and expanding its network of more than 450 CEO-level women across the United States. She also helped organize Hypatia Capital's Investing in Women CEOs Conference held at the Harvard Club of New York City.