Shree holds an MPhil in Politics: Comparative Government from the University of Oxford. For her Master’s thesis, Shree researched the political participation and assimilation process of immigrants. She also worked as a research assistant for a project studying education policies in advanced political economies.
Prior to starting the MPhil, Shree worked in finance for two years, first as an associate and then as a manager. Before that, she double majored in Economics and Political Science at the University of Chicago. During her studies, she worked as a research assistant for the Black Youth Project and interned for Democracy Works, a tech startup aimed at youth voter registration.
Shree is primarily interested in migration, international law and norms, and welfare redistribution.
Outside of academia, Shree enjoys dancing, particularly Indian classical dance, cooking, and playing with her puppies. She is also an editor and co-host for a podcast focused on the intersection of politics, pop culture, and intersectional feminism.
Languages: English, Gujarati, Hindi, Spanish
The US and EU must acknowledge their interdependence and demonstrate support for strong multilateral institutions and treaties, all the while maintaining a respectful dialogue and leaving the past behind.