“It is imperative that research become more accessible for candidates and campaigns who have found it out of their reach in the past. It is also imperative that research start informing the decisions that are being made that impact all of the “other”, marginalized groups to which the ascending generations belong.“
Roshni has spent her years as a researcher trying to understand the segments of the population of which she is a part. As a woman, as an Asian-American, as a millennial, America is starting to look more like her and tapping into the insights of these various communities (and the intersections thereof) have kept her constantly striving to improve outcomes for marginalized communities in this country.
Prior to starting HIT Strategies, Roshni spent a half decade at brilliant corners Research & Strategies, where she conducted research for candidates in international, national, state, and local elections, helped manage national IE research for groups like BlackPAC and BISC, and aided inventive, forward-thinking companies such as Google and AT&T in developing programs to benefit various impacted communities.
Previously, Roshni worked as a Data Analyst at Pivot, in the Wisconsin State Legislature as a Legislative Aide for a Milwaukee-area Representative, and through several years of campaign work – working as a campaign manager, communications staffer, and field organizer in a number of races – has developed a strong background in domestic politics.