Sahil Tandon is the research associate in the Foundation’s Reproductive Health program, for the South Asia team. He joined the Foundation in 2020, and supports grantmaking and management, execution of research and learning agendas, and informing the program’s regional strategy.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Sahil has worked with various international NGOs in India, focusing on issues of sexual and reproductive health and rights, adolescent and youth development, and technology for health. He actively engages on global dialogues and platforms on the intersections of public health, human rights, and digital innovations. Sahil holds a Masters in Public Policy from University College London, UK.
Sahil is passionate about engaging with the arts, creative expressions, and diverse cultural experiences.