Research and Project Officer
He is also honorary Director of AII@Delhi and honorary Professor in the Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne. Professor Mattoo is currently the advisor to the Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir with the status of a Cabinet Minister.
Kunal’s background is in Finance he has completed his Graduation in Finance from Delhi University and is a Qualified Chartered Accountant from ICAI. He has 5 years of work experience in multi-national organizations and various other organization. His expertise extends to financial and taxation matters of the organization.
Research and Project Officer
Executive & Research Assistant to Director, AII @ Delhi
Muskan is responsible for calendaring, editing, meetings and travel planning, documenting and database administration and client correspondence. She has been a part of research projects like Knowledge Initiative, Jammu & Kashmir and India Consensus, Rajasthan. A highly approachable individual who has a pleasant attitude and willingness to make a positive impact. She received her Bachelors of Science (Hons) – Statistics degree in 2013 from Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi, and continued to earn her Masters in Statistics degree from University of Delhi.
He is a senior journalist and one of the select few certified diplomatic correspondents by the Ministry of External Affairs in India, alumni of the International Visitor Leadership program run by the State Department of the United States of America. He has been a Fellow (Media) with the Australia India Council and a Chevening Scholar in 2013 and has has also served on boards of various national and international organizations like the Australia India Youth Dialogue in Sydney, the Global Partnerships Program run by the Tampa Bay City Council in Florida in the US, the Taj Colloquium in Agra, Uttar Pradesh and the Kumaon Literary Festival in Uttarakhand.
Parul is a PhD scholar of International Relations at the Jawaharlal Nehru University. She completed her Masters in Philosophy in Diplomacy and Disarmament from JNU and has keen interest in world politics, diplomacy, security studies and foreign affairs. Parul graduated in Economics (Hons) from SRCC and has a master’s degree in Politicswith a specialization in International Relations from JNU. She has worked with the Chaophraya Dialogue as a Research Associate. The Chaophraya Dialogue is a track two initiative between India and Pakistan. She also worked with the UNDP as a Research Assistant on Project Disha that aimed at empowering girls through education and skill training.
Parul has worked with Child Rights and You as an Intern for the Policy and Advocacy Team and has also volunteered for Make a Difference where she taught underprivileged school kids. She was also awarded the Gandhi Fellowship by the Piramal School of leadership.