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Sravya Tadepalli is a board member of Hindus for Human Rights, an organization that aims to combat Hindu nationalism and caste from a Hindu faith perspective. She is pursuing a master’s degree in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. She has worked as a principal employment advisor at Community Services Consortium, a community action agency that provides poverty alleviation services in rural Oregon. Before CSC, Sravya lived in Washington D.C., where she was involved in several South Asian advocacy groups. Sravya is also a writer and has published work in The Lily, Prism Reports, American Theatre Magazine, and the textbook America Now. She is also a 2018 Oregon Harry S. Truman Scholar.