Policy Analyst

Siddhartha Aneja is a Policy Analyst at the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality’s Economic Security and Opportunity Initiative. He conducts policy research and data analysis to address issues related to postsecondary education and market power.

Previously, Siddhartha worked at Sonecon, a boutique economic and security consulting firm, analyzing a wide range of policy issues for companies and not-for-profits engaging federal politicians and policymakers. He also worked at the Institute for Education and Social Policy at NYU, where he researched issues related to K-12 education and childhood development, and at City Year Little Rock as an Americorps member.

Siddhartha is a J.D. candidate at the Georgetown University Law Center and received his M.P.A. in Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy from the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and his B.A. in mathematics-economics from Wesleyan University.

Siddhartha is originally from Greenville, NC. He loves watching NBA basketball and mildly enjoys going to the gym.

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