Silpa Kaza is an Economist who joined the Urban Development and Resilience unit of the World Bank in 2013, working primarily on solid waste management and low carbon planning in cities. Prior to the Bank, she worked mostly on environmental and waste management issues at startups in New York City (Pure Energy Partners, Global Enviro) and Delhi (Waste Ventures), as well as an environmental non-governmental organization (Sahjeevan) in Gujarat, India. She also modeled domestic health care policies in preparation for the Affordable Care Act at the National Bureau of Economic Research. Silpa holds degrees in public administration, economics, and mechanical engineering from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, London School of Economics and MIT respectively.
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