Harshita Vaddadi is an aspiring Economist from the serene city of Vizag. She enjoys the simpler things in life, like cooking, reading and listening to true crime podcasts. She has a Masters in Behavioral Economics from the University of Essex, UK and plans on helping the concept be more prioritised in India’s economic and social proceedings. Having worked in Childline and other local NGOs as a volunteer, she wishes to one day help improve public policies dedicated to upliftment and social mobility of lower economic classes. She has also worked as a research assistant with the Literary Research Society and co-authored two books pertaining to bridging the skill gap between Education and Employment, and the compatibility of French and Indian business culture.