Taveeshi Gupta

Senior Research Officer

United States

Taveeshi Gupta is a Senior Research Officer at Promundo-US. Her expertise lies in understanding the role of gender norms in perpetuating violence against women and children, creating inequitable and workplace environments, and reinforcing inter-generational transmission of harmful gender identities. At Promundo, she has co-authored the State of the World’s Father's report in 2019, co-authored the Paid Leave in the Pandemic report in 2020, led the Bullying Crisis report in 2018, and co-authored several other technical reports on child marriage in Georgia and adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Rwanda. Taveeshi has been trained in mixed methodological research and is widely published. Before joining Promundo, she worked as an independent consultant with Overseas Development Institute, UNICEF ROSA, Plan International, and Harvard's Kennedy School in a variety of contexts globally, particularly South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. She has a BA and MA in Psychology from University of Delhi, and a PhD in Developmental Psychology from New York University.

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Taveeshi Gupta

Taveeshi Gupta is a Senior Research Officer at Promundo-US. Her expertise lies in understanding the role of gender norms in perpetuating violence against women and children, creating inequitable and workplace environments, and reinforcing inter-generational transmission of harmful gender identities. At Promundo, she has co-authored the State of the World’s Father's report in 2019, co-authored the Paid Leave in the Pandemic report in 2020, led the Bullying Crisis report in 2018, and co-authored several other technical reports on child marriage in Georgia and adolescent sexual and reproductive health in Rwanda. Taveeshi has been trained in mixed methodological research and is widely published. Before joining Promundo, she worked as an independent consultant with Overseas Development Institute, UNICEF ROSA, Plan International, and Harvard's Kennedy School in a variety of contexts globally, particularly South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. She has a BA and MA in Psychology from University of Delhi, and a PhD in Developmental Psychology from New York University.

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