Anusha Chitturi

Anusha Chitturi

Anusha Chitturi is a Visiting Fellow at Eno. She recently graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School with a master’s in public policy and is also a Fulbright fellow from India.

Previously, Anusha worked as a Research Consultant with an environmental non-profit, World Resources Institute, in India. In this role, she primarily led transportation safety research and implementation efforts to reduce road crashes involving public transit buses. She also led a project to improve safety and accessibility for school children during their commutes through urban design solutions. In addition to that, she supported her team in a few other initiatives aimed at advancing sustainable modes of transportation.

Anusha also co-founded an independent project called The Footpath Initiative to study and map pedestrian crashes and nudge decision-makers to improve walkability in Indian Cities. She is passionate about developing transportation policies and programs that will improve accessibility, sustainability, and equity for all.

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