Prachi is a Strategy Director & Strategy Lead in the NY office, and an experienced organizer who has developed compelling campaigns and creative mobilizations, which have been featured in national publications like the New York Times, to help solve society’s most pressing issues.
Before joining Purpose, Prachi worked for Amnesty International where she led Amnesty’s Innovation Lab working at the intersection of technology, human rights and participation. Prachi helped design their lean impact accelerator which was tasked with scaling and testing new ideas. Prior to that, Prachi worked as a community organizer at Amnesty focusing on refugee and migrant rights. She led Amnesty’s family detention organizing strategy in Berks, Pennsylvania which resulted in the release of the four remaining “Castro” families (Castro v. DHS) who had been detained for more than 600 days.
Prior to Amnesty, Prachi worked at the Women’s Environment & Development Organization, a global women’s advocacy organization, to ensure women’s voices were represented in the UN climate change negotiations, particularly in the lead up to the Paris Climate Summit. Prachi managed the Women Delegates Fund, a capacity building fund, at five UNFCCC meetings for a network of over 300 women delegates from 50 countries. At COP21, Prachi was named as one of the women on the frontlines of the climate debate by Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Over the past eight years, Prachi has also worked and volunteered with a variety of non-governmental and grassroots organizations including Peace Women, Amnesty International Australia, the Starlight Foundation, Jeans for Genes and Oaktree.
Prachi, originally from Australia, holds a Bachelor of Laws, with a major in international human rights law, and a Bachelor of Arts (Politics). In her spare time, Prachi loves to eat her way through New York City.