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Roshni Wadhwani, MPP

Roshni Wadhwani, MPP
Research Associate
(510) 835-1669 ext. 200

Roshni Wadhwani is a Research Associate at Public Profit. As a Research Associate, Roshni is responsible for designing evaluation studies, managing project implementation, conducting site visits, facilitating meetings and trainings, and authoring findings reports.

Roshni serves as the project lead for a number of Public Profit’s evaluations, including: an evaluation of the citywide network of publicly-funded after school programs in San Francisco Unified School District; and an evaluation of Mayor’s Youth Jobs+, a citywide program to help young adults (ages 16-24) in San Francisco find employment. She is also working with: School’s Out Washington to evaluate their support for out-of-school time providers funded under King County’s Best Starts for Kids initiative; the Californians Dedicated to Education Foundation to evaluate their capacity-building initiative supporting four school districts in San Mateo County in better engaging families; and the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco on a public education campaign called Stress Health which aims to raise awareness among parents and caregivers of the negative effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress in children, and ways for them to counter these effects.

Prior to joining Public Profit, Roshni served as an Assistant Director at the Public Service Division of the Prime Minister’s Office in Singapore, leading efforts to improve the quality of government services. She was also a higher education policy analyst at the Ministry of Education in Singapore, developing and implementing policies to improve post-secondary technical and vocational education. Roshni earned her undergraduate degree in Chemistry (MChem) at the University of Oxford, and master’s degree in Public Policy (MPP) at UC Berkeley.