Ravichandra Tadigadapa is a final year Economics undergraduate and first year Masters in International Policy student at Stanford from Mumbai, India. In addition to tech policy, Ravi’s interests include economic development, global history, and democratic institutions.
At Stanford, Ravi has previously conducted research for the King Center on Global Development and the Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law. In the past, Ravi has worked with political parties, think tanks, and non-profits in India, the US, UK, and Ghana. On campus, he’s the President of the Stanford Practical Ethics Club (SPEC) and the American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford (AMENDS). He’s currently working on his undergraduate thesis, investigating the relationship between Indian nationalist doctrine and the Indian Constitution.