Riya is a junior at UC Berkeley studying Public Health and minoring in Global Poverty and practice. Riya has been working with the Bixby Center in September 2016 and has since been working on the Integration of Sexual and Reproductive Health Services Project in Rwanda. She contributes to monitoring and evolution efforts for the program by coordinating with an on-site in regards to data collection and clarification. She also manages, organizes, and cleans the database for the Integration project. Riya is also involved with the Bhagat Puran Singh Health Initiative on campus where, as president, she helps organize health screenings at Gurdwaras in the Bay Area and conducts analysis of screening records. She also facilitates a DeCal on campus on slum health with topics ranging from the history of development, housing concerns, and disease burdens and health disparities in slums. She will be interning in Mumbai summer of 2017 with the research team of an NGO called SNEHA that provides maternal and child health services to women in Mumbai slums. Riya is dedicated to reproductive justice and its intersection with poverty action work.